Handloader 33 September 1971
On the cover we have... Bullet casting can be the most intriguing facet of the handloading hobby (or the most frustrating for the beginner), as John Wootters explains in his "Basics" article in this issue. Our sincere apologies to Penguin Industries for the omission of a Lachmiller mould in the cover display. Shown are, top left, the SAECO, then clockwise, Lyman, Ohaus (prototype), Hensley & Gibbs, and the obsolete Winchester and Modern Bond. Transparency by Dave Wolfe.
This issue features: Those Mysterious Vapor Trails by Grant Cunningham, Reviewing the Basics: Cast Bullets by John Wootters, Pet Loads: The 7.65mm Mauser by Ken Waters, What's a Good Trap Load? by Don Zutz, 7mm Magnum at Long Range by K.C. Sjoberg and D.A. Thompson, Component Compatibility by Richard Underwood, Ultramodern Obsolete .220 Swift by Jim Carmichel, Shotshell Primers by Wallace Labisky and much more!