Handloader 37 May 1972
On the cover we have... To a handloader, few sights are more delightful than the gleam of well designed bullets from a freshly opened box - which was the inspiration for this cover by Richard Aldis. The bullets are 180grain Sierra boat-tails. The exposure for the 4x5 Ektachrome transparency was l/25-second at f45, using a 4x5 Graphic View.
This issue features: Loading The Great 9 by George Nonte, Pet Loads- .225 Winchester Ken Waters, . I 7 Bullet Performance by John Wootters, Loading for Skeet - Part I by Don Zutz, Indoor Defense Loads by Gene B. Crum, Precision Loading the .22-250 by Robert H. Reagan, Annealing and Fire-forming by Norman E. Johnson, Proper Size Cast Bullets by Maj. Colin A. Doane and much more!