Handloader 282 February 2013
On the cover we have Smith & Wesson’s 2 3/4-inch barreled Governor will shoot .45 Colt, .45 ACP and .410 2 1/-inch loads. Venturino’s Lone Star Rolling Block BPCR Silhouette rifle is shown with a few cast bullet designs he’s tried in the last quarter-century...
This issue features:
Custom Cast Bullet Loads- Reloader’s Press by Dave Scovill
.405 WCF- Bullets & Brass by Brian Pearce
Ramshot Silhouette-Propellant Profiles by R.H. VanDenburg, Jr.
Before the .44 Magnum (Part 2)- From the Hip by Brian Pearce
Mitchell’s Mausers- Mike’s Shootin’ Shack by Mike Venturino
10mm Automatic - On the Way to Something Big- Cartridge Board by Gil Sengel
Mustang Pocketlite Pistol Pointers by Charles E. Petty
Handloading the .44 Magnum- Hunting Loads for the Ruger Redhawk by Stan Trzoniec
The “Exact” Amount of Powder- Testing Powder Dispensers by John Barsness
The Handloader’s Historical Library Blasts from the Past by Terry Wieland
The 35-Shot Group Exploring Subtle Changes in Powder Charges by John Haviland
Pearce Loads the 9mm Luger- New bullets and powders improve performance. by Brian Pearce
Standard Loads The Benefits of Simplification by Mike Venturino
2012 Master Index
In with the Old In Range by Terry Wieland
And much more!