Handloader 269 December 2010
On the cover . . . The 9mm Luger has remained the most popular semiautomatic handgun cartridge for over 100 years. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
This issue features: A Loading Manual Is Essential- Reloader’s Press by Dave Scovill, Cast Bullets and the .357 Magnum- Bullets & Brass by Brian Pearce, Hodgdon’s H-380- Propellant Profiles by R.H. VanDenburg, Jr., Shrapnel Lives!- Mike’s Shootin’ Shack by Mike Venturino, 7.5mm Schmidt-Rubin- Cartridge Board by Gil Sengel, A 250-Grain Bullet Experiment- From the Hip by Brian Pearce, SIG 522- Pistol Pointers by Charles E. Petty, 9mm Luger Smith & Wesson Model 952 by Stan Trzoniec, The Effects of Barrel Length in the .45 ACP- Long Versus Short by Charles E. Petty, .30-40 Krag aka .30 Army/.30 by U.S. Mike Venturino, Dancing with a Ghost The .32-40: A Graveside Interview by Terry Wieland, Blackhorn 209 Powder High-Performance, Black-Powder Substitute by Steve Gash, Handloading .410 Shotshells- Tips for Improved Patterns by John Haviland, A Pair of Kimber Rifles .257 Roberts & .308 Winchester by Mike Thomas, Plated Bullets Affordable Performance by Rocky Raab, What’s New in the Marketplace- Inside Product News by Clair Rees, Penny-Wise and Parachute-Foolish- In Range by Terry Wieland and much more!