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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1966
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.What better typifies the all-round reloading hobby than a shotshell, rifle and pistol cartridge, and a loading die?Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1966
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.A complete bench-rest set-up, in this case for tests of AI Biesen's .25-06 custom rifle.Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1966
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.There's no mistaking Elmer Keith in any photograph.Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1966
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Hunting is only one end-result of handloading, but this is the time of year when it is uppermost in our minds.Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1967
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Of all the components necessary for reloading, the packages of primers are perhaps the most colorful. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1967
Black and white reprints only.Thermostatically controlled Lyman lead furnace and four-cavity gang mold takes the drudgery out of bullet casting. Purchase the full-color CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1967
The sight of a typical loading bench stirs different feelings among reloaders, but common to us all is an overwhelming desire to "get into the act."
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1967
The cover picture for this issue shows the type of shotshell handloading setup most of us would like to have.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1967
Black and white reprints only.Bill Ruger's new single-shot rifle gets feature attention this month-and appropriately so with the hunting season upon us.Purchase the full-color CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1967
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The handsome character decorating your cover is well-known to and well liked by everyone in the business end of the gun game. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1968
Old-timers, especially real old-timers will no doubt recognize these reloading "antiques," including the Lyman Tong Tool in caliber .38-40 and the UMC primers.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1968
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Here is Roy Weatherby's latest rifle and cartridge-the .240 Magnum.Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1968
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.There has to be a bit of "frustrated artist" in our chief photographer, Walter Schwarz.Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: July 1968
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Bill Ruger has scored another first - this time with a variation of his famed Blackhawk revolver in the popular .30 Carbine caliber. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1968
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Varmints of all kinds offer year-round shooting to handloaders. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1968
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Way back in the dim, distant past when George C. Nonte Jr. was only a Captain of Ordnance in Uncle Sam's Army, he ordered a revolver from Colt's. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1969
Maybe it's time someone injected a little SEX in our hobby!
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1969
The Thompson/Center single shot handgun, called the Contender, has been around a couple of years now, and we have every reason to believe that handloaders are especially fond of this gun.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1969
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Almost a year old now, the "new" Lyman No. 450 Sizer and Lubricator is featured on the cover of this issue. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1969
Ponsness-Warren, Inc. is a newcomer in the reloading industry, but in just a few short years the Ponsness shotshell presses have been well received by users and they have been given good reports In the gun magazines.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1969
A good set of scales is a necessity on any loading bench, as you've read many times in the HANDLOADER.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1969
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.We found Frank Tulak’s thumbnail sketch of handloading an interesting and different kind of cover. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1970
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Gleaming dies, with their precise machining, possess a distinctive sturdy beauty all their own. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1970
Black and white reprints only.With the advent of modern high intensity cartridges loaded with smokeless propellants, reloading almost died due to the lack of reliable data. Purchase the full-color CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1970
Black and white reprints only.Skeet shooters, as a rule, are dead set in their preferences for types of firearms. Purchase the full-color CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1970
Powder measures come in a variew of shapes, sizes and colors-far too many to show them all-but these four are typical of the more than two dozen quality measures offered handloaders.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1970
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.We took a close look at the makings for 6.5-55 ammo and found it so interesting that we let the camera have a look, resulting in this issue's striking cover. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1970
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Antique ammunition display boards, now avidly sought by collectors, apparently inspired modern bullet display boards such as the ones on this issue's cover. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1971
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Like sparkling gold, clean brass rolls out of the Thumbler Tumbler. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1971
Plastic and paper shotshell hulls blend into a rainbow of colors on this month's cover.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1971
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.If there is a "romance" to guns, and who will deny it, then surely no gun has more romance than a much-used, sometimes abused, Colt Single Action in an obsolete caliber, such as the .38-40 on the cover. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1971
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Shotshell loading presses are far from new, as the 1886 model Belcher on the cover shows. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1971
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.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. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1971
Younger reloaders probably won't recognize the majority of these powder cans, but for you old-timers, the cover should conjure up some fond memories.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1972
One of the prime irritations in load-testing is having to return to the home loading bench to assemble a few more rounds of the load that looks most promising - particularly if you're short on cases, as most of us usually are.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1972
Walk the line at Camp Perry - or just about any other major match and you're certain to spot several colorful jackets with emblems, brassards and patches proclaiming a lengthy shooting career that has taken the wearer to many ranges, and many matches.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1972
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.To a handloader, few sights are more delightful than the gleam of welldesigned bullets from a freshly opened box - which was the inspiration for this cover by Richard Aldis. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1972
Ten years ago the Model 12 Winchester was discontinued after a 50-year run that saw almost two million produced.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1972
This issue only available on CD-ROM.The Ransom Rest provides a precision accuracy-testing tool for handguns and loads. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1972
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The rock chuck hunter on the cover of this issue is armed with a Remington Model 700 .22-250 Varminter equipped with a 20X Redfield 3200 scope on a Bridge Mount Co. extension base. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1973
Two articles of interest to Luger fans are contained in this issue.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1973
This issue only available on CD-ROM.By now, we're all pretty familiar with the waterproofing of plastic shotshells, but our photographer came up with a novel way to illustrate it. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1973
With the increasing emphasis upon greater accuracy, resulting from greater uniformity in components, more measuring tools are being made available to handloaders.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1973
Hard-to-get cartridge cases can usually be formed from more popular brass.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1973
The handsome Remington 1100 Lightweight 20 gauge on the cover of this issue was engraved for Editor Neal Knox by Franz Marktl.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1973
A newly opened box of shotshell primers greets the eye on this month's cover.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1974
This issue only available on CD-ROM.This precision handloader is checking case neck thickness with a tubing micrometer. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1974
This issue only available on CD-ROM.When Barbara “Charlie” Pickering decided to make her brother a completely portable needlepoint chessboard, she figured the crowning touch would be to use cases and components for a novel set of pieces. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1974
This issue only available on CD-ROM.In case you didn't immediately recognize the subject of this cover, you're looking at the points of the new Winchester-Western .30 caliber 168-grain flat base hollow point match bullets. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1974
This issue only available on CD-ROM.The Ohaus No. 44250K bullet mould and bullets are backed by ingots of wheelweight alloy, one of the most commonly available bullet casting materials. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1974
This month’s cover provides a closeup inspection of the CCI 200 Large Rifle primers which will ignite many big game loads this fall.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1974
The bullet on this month’s cover is the .30 caliber 185-grain Speer/ Lapua “stepped” boattail, famed for long range competition, lying between the jaws of a Brown and Sharpe micrometer.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1975
The “depression era” handloading setup on this month’s cover will probably arouse fits of nostalgia from many Handloader readers.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1975
Every movement and each stage in the loading of a shotshell on the Pacific DL-155 is captured in the multiple-exposed photograph on the cover.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1975
This issue only available on CD-ROM.Many beginning handloaders without a bullet lubricator-sizer have simply dipped the bullets in melted lubricant and then trimmed the excess with a “cake-cutter.’’ Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1975
This issue only available on CD-ROM.If a case "grows" beyond chamber length, the mouth is crimped against the bullet, affecting both pressure and accuracy. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1975
The loading press on this month's cover Is the Texan alloy-frame C-press weighing only 4 3/4 pounds without dies or shellholder.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1975
This issue only available on CD-ROM.The MEC 650 shotshell press on this month's cover utilizes a six-station shell plate, indexed manually. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1976
The 8 318-inch Smith 8, Wesson ,357 Magnum with elderly Bushnell Phantom 2.6X scope on this issue's cover is the editor's pride.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1976
There are few components that have captured the imaginations of design engineers like plastic wads.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1976
The potential of existing cartridges has been constantly improved with the introduction of new powders, and the development of newer cartridges has likewise spurred the development of newer, better-suited propellants.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1976
The handloader on this month's cover has just ejected a newly made bullet from the Corbin bullet forming die.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1976
This issue only available on CD-ROM.This horseback hunter's fine Colt Python is protected by a full-flap Bianchi leather outfit hand-tooled by Richard D. E. Nichols. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1976
The RCBS mould and dipper on this month's cover were used to cast the Keith-style -357 Magnum bullets in the background.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1977
This issue only available on CD-ROM.This month's cover features a Schuetzen match rifle and loading outfit dating from about 1902. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1977
The Presentation Grade Crown and Exhibition Grade Super Crown Krieghoff skeet guns on this month’s cover were custom stocked in French Walnut by Jack Dockwiller.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1977
The Colt Army Model 1895 .41 Long Colt on this month's cover was manufactured between 1899 and 1900.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1977
The Lee aluminum mould on this month’s cover is the No. 429-214SWC casting a .44 caliber semi-wadcutter hollow point.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1977
The 12 gauge Parker shotgun is a GHE Skeet Grade made about 1934 and has terrific handling qualities, according to Don Zutz, who photographed it.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1977
All the loading equipment and components on this month’s cover date from the 1930s.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1978
This issue only available on CD-ROM.The new Interarrns Virginian Dragoon (center) is flanked by two popular big-bores - the Model 57 S&W .41 Mag (top) and the Ruger Super Blackhawk .44 Magnum. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1978
Do any readers have information on the Collier Shot Tower Company?
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1978
Posed for a formal portrait, the Saeco Model 24 electric melting furnace was the ancestor of the modern casting furnaces.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1978
In Bob Hagel’s hands, the Weatherby Mark V rifle leaning against this Idaho boulder was the “test fixture” for not only the 7mm Weatherby Magnum cartridge but for the new Norma-made Weatherby brass.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1978
This Forster case trimmer cum neck turner is one of the latest tools evolved for producing cases that are as nearly concentric as possible.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1978
Honoring the venerable .45 ACP cartridge in this issue are Ken Waters’ “Pet Loads” feature and these three cover pistols.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1979
This issue only available on CD-ROM.Thirty years ago this January, two men with fifty thousand dollars rented a frame building in Southport, Connecticut, and started making an ingeniously designed automatic pistol. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1979
In 1894, the newest Winchester lever-action rifle was offered in only two calibers, the .32-40 and the .38-55.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1979
Ponsness-Warren's first loader for metallic cartridges is this Metal-Matic P-200, a much-modified Du-OMatic Model 375 shotshell loader adapted to standard-thread dies for straight-wall cases.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1979
One of several popular straightline seaters for shooters who want the tightest accuracy is Bonanza’s Co-Ax benchrest seater.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1979
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Introduced in 1955, the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge became an immediate favorite with handloading handgunners. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1979
Premium reloading dies for the competition shooter - or any other shooter who wants concentric resizing and straightline seating - are the latest from RCBS.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1980
Black and white reprints only.Handloading is no casual matter to the dedicated skeet shooter who would own this new Remington Model 3200 Competition shotgun set. Purchase the full-color CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1980
No ordinary camera-and-lighting system could “blink” fast enough to catch this image of a thirty-caliber boat-tail bullet passing through the smoke, heat, and turbulence just above a candle flame.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1980
The .45-70 case in this Winchester Model 1894 loading tool is in position to have a new primer seated.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1980
If you think your buddy’s loads are shooting better groups than yours, sneak a peek at his technique.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1980
Black and white reprints only.The ultimate thrill of the handloader, far exceeding the satisfaction of seeing those beautiful home-crafted rounds come out of the seating die, is outstanding success at the target. Purchase the full-color CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1980
Engraving by a veteran and a novice: Bryan Bridges’ silver inlays of Kachina dancers on this Krieghoff are unique; the Hopi have asked that he not use these figures again.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1981
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.One of the nicest aspects of handloading is the "instruments" we use to test our loads in. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1981
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Proof that an old standard can be improved by fresh new thinking: Pacific’s 0-7 press is an advanced design, yet it’s somewhat overshadowed by its radical new automatic primer feed. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1981
The designer-maker of the widely used Ransom machine rest for testing handguns and loads recently entered the field of progressive machines for reloading handgun ammunition.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1981
Shooters today can take for granted accuracy that shooters of the past had to strive for.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1981
These moulds are from an old company, Saeco, and two new ones - NE1 and Old West.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1981
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Dillon's original loading machine, the awesome RL-1000. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1982
The old and the new converge in the .45-70, a cartridge born at the dawn of breech loading and recently revived to become a great favorite of handloaders.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1982
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.In handloading -as in the old song title - little things mean a lot. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1982
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.This Merwin & Hulbert .32 Long, formerly part of the Pete Dickey collection, has long been- treasured by its owner. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1982
Nothing looks quite so good after a long session at the bench as row upon row of finished handloads in a loading block.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1982
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Engraving doesn't make any gun shoot better than it did when it was plain... perhaps. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1982
This issue is only available on CD-ROM."century: any group or collection of one hundred" - so says the dictionary. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1983
Shiny cases may not shoot any better than dull ones, but they are certainly a lot easier on sizing dies.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1983
With better barrels and bullets available these days, handloaders find that the once impossible one-hole group is now at least theoretically possible - but only with the greatest care and precision in handloading.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1983
Rare indeed is the experienced handloader who knows nothing of the reputation so long established and so well maintained by this veteran manufacturer of double-base powders for all kinds of ammunition.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1983
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Recession notwithstanding, handloaders have been offered a number of outstanding new products recently. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1983
A good micrometer has become a standard item on the benches of most handloaders.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1983
The handloading fraternity is blessed with an incredible variety of reloading die sets.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1984
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The American military did not take long, after the advent of self-contained and reloadable ammunition, to recognize the merits of providing equipment for field units to perform the basic tasks. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1984
American handloaders have enjoyed a wide variety of reloading components and data for years.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1984
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Pictured here are a conventional aluminum mould from NEI, and one of their new brass moulds. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1984
Preparing to fire a traditional Independence Day salute is a model of a smoothbore Napoleon, a scaled-down version of the artillery piece which played such a prominent role in our Civil War.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1984
Handloaders who live in small apartments, trailers or other types of crowded quarters needn’t give up their favorite hobby for lack of room.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1984
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.A camouflaged Redhawk? Why not? Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1985
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Old guns seem to last longer if they’re treated to an occasional outing on the range. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1985
Magma Engineering's Master Caster can cast upward of 400 bullets an hour, depending on caliber and weight.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1985
Examine a dedicated handgun competitor’s loading bench and you’ll probably find it equipped with a Pitzer Lubricator and Sizing tool.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1985
Although it doesn’t look it, Thumler’s Ultra-Vibe 18 is a direct descendant of the rotary in the background.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1985
Pictured are just some of the obsolete and hard-to-get bullets, brass and loaded rounds offered by Jim Bell’s Brass Extrusion Laboratories, Limited.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1985
Trimmers in the photo, clockwise from the top, are from C-H, RCBS, Forster, Redding and Lyman.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1986
What would you call a gumball machine filled with bullets, shotshell hulls, and other cartridge components- a gunball machine?
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1986
The shotgunner interested in rolling his own has a tremendous variety of cases, powders, wads, primers and shot to choose from.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1986
Thanks to Dave Corbin, anybody who wants to (and has a few bucks to invest in dies, tools and components) can design and produce jacketed sporting bullets with a minimum amount of time and effort these days.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1986
For reasons which aren’t too clear, sales of .32 ACP loading components increased unexpectedly in 1983 and have been climbing steadily ever since.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1986
Owners of rifles chambered for obsolete cartridges must depend on handloads, either their own or somebody else's, to keep them shooting.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1986
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Kimber Model 84 in the photograph is chambered for the .221 Remington Fireball. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1987
Although not a duplicate, by any means, Ruger’s Bisley captures the spirit, feel and comfortable grip of the old Colt design.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1987
A few generations ago, all a bullet caster needed was a mould, a cast iron pot, a ladle, some bullet metal and a heat source.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1987
Whether their chambers are filled with .45 ACP Ball, midrange handloads or .45 Auto Rim rounds, these old Colt and Smith h Wesson Model 1917’s are as reliable and as accurate as ever.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1987
Judging from loading die and component sales, the tried and true .38 Special is still America’s favorite centerfire handgun cartridge.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1987
Although the 230-grain .45-caliber bullet is almost impossible to see through the smoke issuing from the Colt Commander‘s barrel, it’s there, nonetheless.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1987
When it comes to components, loading tools and accessories, the American handloader is the envy of the world.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1988
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The growing popularity of handgun hunting is giving a new lease on life to the veteran .35 Remington. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1988
The PPC cartridges may be the darlings of the benchrest set these days, but for many longtime shooters the .222 Kemington still has a special place.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1988
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Practically dwarfed by the big RCBS loading press, a 9mm Parabellum cartridge case is ready for the loading procedure.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1988
This .44-40 shows the quality of work being turned out by the Colt custom shop.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1988
The Shiloh Sharps Montana Centennial is a limited-edition version of the firm's Creedmoor Rifle,
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1988
In furthering our coverage of the new rifles and revolvers from Ruger we show current offerings and a promise of things to come.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1989
Pan Metal Corporation resurrected an old idea and re-introduced what they call tubular bullets.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1989
This Star machine is one of the few made to load rifle ammunition.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1989
For the really big jobs, .50 BMG reloading dies, the MAXI-MEASURE and the Rock Crusher are available from Old Western Scrounger.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1989
This custom Ruger single action was built for Ross Seyfried by the Bowen Classic Arms Corporation.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1989
Remington’s Model 1100 Special Field 20 gauge, with its 21-inch barrel and straight-grip English-pattern stock, is flanked by a shell bag, upland game knife and a screw-in set of chokes, all bearing Remington logos.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1989
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Ponsness-Warren's Metallic M-II is a semi-progressive, single-stage reloading press. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1990
The colored shotshell wads were photographed by Bill Harwell.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1990
The Colt lOmm Delta Elite Match Pistol features blue finish, black neoprene “pebbled” wraparound combat style grips and an Accroo rear sight that is adjustable for elevation and windage.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1990
Nosler's color-coded Ballistic Tip spitzers feature hollowpoint boat-tail design in a big game hunting bullet.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1990
Neil Jones Custom Products supplied the (left to right) Micro-powder measure, Sinclair neck turning tool, Micro die set, Whitetail primer pocket tool and Neil Jones arbor press.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1990
The Dillon Precision 550 progressive reloader is set up here for the .45 Colt with Hornaday XTP bullets and Winchester Large Pistol Primers.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1990
This months cover features the Redding Ultramag.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1991
State-of-the-art custom competition handguns of master gunsmith Bill Wilson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1991
The RCBS AmmoMaster system is available as a standard single stage reloading press that can handle the largest belted magnum cases, or can be converted to take on the .50 BMG.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1991
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The PACT Professional Chronograph calculates maximum point-blank range and zero, and down-range trajectories and velocities for pistols, revolvers and rifles. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1991
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Uberti Winchester 73 .44-40 WCF rifle features a 24-inch barrel and color casehardened frame. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1991
This close up reveals CCI primers photographed with a Graphic View II and a Schneider enlarging lens mounted backwards.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1991
The Volquartsen custom Ruger 10/22 features a 17.5-inch fluted barrel, integral 32-port expansion chamber-type compensator, custom trigger and Target chamber. The Volquartsen cusom V-2000 Ruger Mark II is fitted with a titanium trigger, fimmed underweight
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1992
The Hornady PRO-JECTOR progressive reloader is outfitted with optional auto powder drop and measure. The set-up includes Hornady's 10mm Auto/.40 S&W dies in the five-station press using Hornady 155-grain XTP bullets in Hornady brass.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1992
Winchester offers a wide variety of shotshell loads for upland game, turkey, waterfowl, clays and big game, including copperplated and nontoxic shot, buffered or nonbuffered.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1992
The RCBS Vibratory Case Cleaner is fan cooled with a 3-1/2 quart capacity, accommodating 400 .38 Special cases or up to 180 .30-06 cases. The RCBS Formula 1 walnut shell media is shown with a selection of brass.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1992
The Redding Benchrest Competition Bullet Seating die is designed for the .25-06 while the RCBS .25-caliber Competition Die is designed to accommodate the .25-06 Remington as-is, or use the extended shellholder for the .257 Roberts.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1992
J&J Products and Midway Arms, Inc. offer a colorful way to organize your reloading bench. The injection molded plastic cases are available in a variety of sizes to fit both pistol and rifle ammunition.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1992
The Barnes roundnose and spitzer solids are known for superior penetration while the Barnes X-Bullet offers expansion and penetration from a pure solid copper hollowpoint design
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1993
This Third Model Colt Walker is an exact reproduction manufactured on Colt machinery. As a special edition, only a few dozen guns were produced in honor of L.D. Nimschke (1832-1904), engraver for Colt, Winchester, Remington, Sharps, Smith & Wesson, Ballar
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1993
Herrett's Stocks offers a variety of custom handgun stocks for revolvers, semiautomatics and single-shot pistols. All orders are filled to fit the customer's indevidual physical requirements.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1993
Available in two different models, the new Hornady Apex shotshell loader can be purchased as a standard model with progressive indexing, shot/powder drop and primer feed; or as the fully automatic version (Apex Auto) that comes with the auto index, auto s
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1993
MTM ammunition boxes and portable maintenance center are shown with a selection of gun-care products from Birchwood Casey, Shooter's Choice, Barnes, Outers and Remington. The USRAC Winchester .22-250 Heavy Varmint rifle features a 26-inch stainless steel
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1993
This issue is only available on CD-ROM. Originally designed as a long-range varmint cartridge by A. O. Niedner in the 1920's the .25-06 became a factory standard in 1969. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1993
This issue is only available on CD-ROM. An assortment of wildcat cartridges. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1994
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The RCBS Case Master is the last word in quality control. Photo by Gerald Hudson. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1994
Lyman Products’ precision digital micrometer and calipers compliment their line of bullet moulds, Pro Series powder d scales and Premium Carbide 4-Die pistol dies, including the multiexpand/powder charge die that offers simultaneous neck expanding and pow
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1994
The Colt Single Action Army .45 Colt with a 5.5-inch barrel (shown in the holster) is a special order from the Colt Custom Gun Shop (Colt's Manufacturing Co. Inc., PO Box 1868, Hartford CT 06144-1868, Attn: Custom Shop).
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1994
Significant entries in the 1994 new product line include the PACT Electronic Scale and the extensive line of Vihtavuori canister powders. Photo by Gerald Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1994
Upon retirement, after 35 years as the supervisor of the world renown RCBS Custom Order Department, Bill Keyes was presented this custom Contender chambered for the .22 BK (Bill Keyes). The special order Contender features engraving by Rachel Wells of Pre
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1994
The Premier Grade .454 Casull is shown with factory loads from Freedom Arms and Black Hills Ammunition. The cartridge belt and holster are from Bianchi.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1995
The custom Ruger Old Model (three screw) Blackhawk .44 Special is by Bowen Classic Arms. Accurate powders No. 7 and No. 9 are available from Accurate Arms.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1995
The Ruger Vaquero .45 Colt is shown in stainless steel and the blued version with GOEX black powder. The holster and belt are from El Paso Saddlery.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1995
SSK builds custom Contender barrels from .22 to .50 caliber.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1995
The MEC 9000G 12-gauge shotshell reloader is shown with the Ruger Woodside 12-gauge shotgun.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1995
One million P-Series Rugers have rolled off the lime in the Prescott plant.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1995
This issue is only available on CD-ROM. Modern bullet designs for the .30-06 serve fro anything from varmints to heavier big game. With premium bullets from Hawk, Barnes, Speer, Nosler and others the .30-06 is still one of our most versatile cartridges. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1996
The new RCBS APS priming system sets a new standard for the industry.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1996
This issue is only available on CD-ROM. Layne Simpson's .38 Super hot rod from the Springfield Armory Custom Shop is the latest in USPSA/IPSC competition pistols. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1996
This issue is only available on CD-ROM. Marlin's Model 1895 CLTD courtesy of Marlin Firearms. Antique style cartridge box from Robert's Replica Arms. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1996
The Thompson/Center Contender revolutionezed the sport of handgun hunting. The Lyman (orange) and Redding (green) reloading presses are representative of the variety of tools available to handloaders.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1996
The Colt Single Action Army, New Service and Smith & Wesson First Model (Triple Lock) were the first of their kind to be chambered for the .44 Special.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1996
This issue is only available on CD-ROM. Our favorite season, hunting season! Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1997
The Ruger Blackhawk and Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum revolvers were among the first handguns to chamber Elmer Keith's brain child.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1997
The Cimarron Model 73 carbine features a 19-inch barrel. The Model 92 Winchester carbine was shipped in 1914 and was once owned by famous Winchester exhibition shooter Ernie Lind.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1997
The custom Ruger Blackhawk is chambered for the .458-400, a wildcat developed by John Gallagher, Sportsman's Center, 306 Highway 78 West, Jasper AL 35501.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1997
The Redding turret reloading press, powder measure and competition bullet seating die combine to make first-class varmint loads
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1997
The Freedom Arms .45 Casull features express sights on a 6-inch Mag-naported barrel and Freedom Arms leather. Factory loads are represented by Winchester and Freedom Arms.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1997
A limited edition re-creation of the 1920's- era Colt single action. Exquisitely finished by Doug Turnbull this pistol features a 7-1/2" barrel in .45 Colt.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1998
The Smith & Wesson Model 657 Classic Hunter .41 Magnum is mounted in a Ransom Rest. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1998
The Colt Officer's .45 ACP features fixed sights, 3.5-inch barrel and six-round magazine.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1998
Only Available on CD. The Remington Model 700 7mm Remington Magnum features custom engraving and deluxe wood courtesy of the Remington Custom Shop.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1998
The RCBS X-Die could mean the end of case trimming (pg38).
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1998
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Winchester Model 94 is one of the most popular sporting rifles ever made with over 7,000,000 sold to date. This matched set in .38-55 -rifle and carbine- came offthe line prior to World War I. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1998
The .41 Colt was a joint project among Eddie Janis, Hamilton Bowen, Doug Turnbull and Colt's John Adams.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 1999
The Winchester Model 1873 .38 WCF rifle with a ful
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 1999
Hornady celebrates 50 years. The .240 Weatherby Li
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 1999
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.RCBS Cowboy Dies are designed specifically for cast bullets in a variety of older rifle and sixgun cartridges. Photo by Gerald Hudson. Mule deer photo by John R. Ford. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 1999
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The big Bore .450 Alaskan designed by the late...Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 1999
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Custom Colt Single Action from Peacemaker Specialists. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 1999
The Lone Star Remington-style rolling block rifle
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2000
The Remington Model 700 .250-3000 features a custo
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2000
The Winchester Model 70 .264 Winchester Magnum is
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2000
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Ruger Bisley, Vaquero and standard Blackhawk... Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2000
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Marlin 444SS is chambered for the increasingly popular .444 Marlin. Moose photo by John R. Ford. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2000
The Kimber Classic Stainless Gold Match .45 ACP is
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2000
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Winchester Model 70 and Browning A-Bolt are chambered for the new .300 WSM. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2001
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Cooper .17 Mach IV and Remington Model 700 .17 Remington are top choices for smallbore enthusiasts. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Coyote photo by Gary Kramer. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2001
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The new stainless steel Ruger Single-Six is chambered for the .32 H&R Magnum. Mountian lion photo by Ron Spomer. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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A Ruger #1 RSI International in 7x57mm Mauser features a Burris 6X scope in Ruger rings. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2001
Typical fixed-sighted revolvers are represented by a Colt New Service .44 Russian/.44 Special and a Colt SAA .41 Colt. Custom work on the Colt SAA by Turnbull Restorations and engraving by John Adams Jr. Photos by Dave Scovill and Gerald Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2001
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Rifles, Inc. custom .25-06 Remington is based on a Remington Model 700 action and topped off with a Burris 4-16x scope in Burris rings and mounts. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Pronghorn photo by John R. Ford. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2001
In its heyday, the Browning Model 71 in .348 Winchester was considered potent bear medicine. See page 34 for updated loads. Grizzly photo by Jeffrey Rich.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2002
Cover photos include the Smith & Wesson Models 625 Mountain Gun and 27. Below (left to right) sixguns include the Ruger Vaquero, New Model Blackhawk and Colt Single Action Army. Colt pistol photo by Dave Scovill.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2002
A couple of Model 94 Winchesters represent the nearly 7,000,000 rifles shipped since 1894. Whitetail deer photo by John R. Ford. Rifle photos by Gerald Hudson. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2002
Stan Trzoniec used a custom Ruger Model 77 MKII .284 Winchester topped with a Burris 3-9x scope to develop handloads with the Barnes X-Bullet in Winchester Brass and Redding dies. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2002
A Kimber Custom Shop .45 ACP and Smith & Wesson Model 625 .45 ACP were used in Brian Pearce's report on page 62. Coyote photo by John R. Ford. Kimber photo by Gerald Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2002
The Cooper Arms .218 Mashburn Bee is outfitted with a Leupold 40X scope(photo by Stan Trzoniec). The five shot stainless Taurus Model 455 Stellar Tracker .45 ACP features a 4-inch barrel (Photo by Steve Gash). Red fox photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2002
The Ruger Blackhawk .30 Carbine has been in the company lineup since 1968 (photo by Gerald Hudson). Stan Trzoniec loads the classic favorites, including the .44 Smith & Wesson Special, .38 Smith & Wesson Special, .45ACP and .38 Super (photo by Stan)
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2003
The Kimber Stainless Target II is chambered for the .38 Super. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Pronghorn photo by John R. Ford.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2003
The Thompson/Center Encore .357 Maximum features a 15-inch Hi-Luster blue barrel with "Muzzle Tamer" and 2.5-7x T/C scope set in Duo-ring mounts. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2003
The stainless steel Smith & Wesson Mountain Gun is chambered for the .44 magnum and features a 4-inch barrel with adjustable sights. The Springfield Armory XD-357 is chambered for the .357 Sig with a ported barrel. Alaskan Brown bear photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2003
The Savage Model 16 features a stainless steel barreled action mounted in a synthetic stock with a 6x Nikon Monarch UCC scope. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Caribou photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2003
Ruger's Model 77 MKII Target rifle sports a Leupold scope and is chambered for the .220 Weatherby Rocket. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Inset photo by Gerald Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2003
The Smith & Wesson Model 627-4 .38 Super comes from the Performance Center with a compensator, 5.5-inch barrel and Miculek stocks. Mule deer photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2004
The Remington Model 700 Classic .300 Savage features a Weaver 4x scope in Leupold rings and bases. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2004
The Ruger Model 77 MKII 6.5x55 Swede is outfitted with a Nikon 4x scope in Ruger rings. Rifle photo by Gerald Hudson. Red fox photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2004
The Hornady Lock-N-Load AP five station press is shown with the CZ Model 85 Combat 9mm. Loading press photo by Stan Trzoniec. Pistol photo by Steve Gash.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2004
The Turnbull Cowboy Classic features color case frame and carbona blue on the barrel, cylinder and grip frame. Ivory stocks are by Jim Alaimo (www.nutmegsports.com) and engraving is by Adams and & Adams, PO Box 66 Vershire, VT 05079. Photo by Gerald Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2004
The Freedom Arms Model 1997 (bottom) is chambered for a variety of cartridges from the .17 HMR to the .45 Colt and is a scaled-down version of the full sized Model 83 (top). The round butt grip and shorter barrels are custom options. Pistol photos by Gera
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2004
The Stainless Ruger No 1 .204 Ruger is topped off with a Leupold Vari-X III 3.5-10x variable scope. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2005
The Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 629 Compensated Hunter is set up with a Burris 2-7x scope. The Model 629 Hunter features an 8.75-inch barrel and square butt stocks. Cover photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2005
The Ballard High Wall .45-70 is outfitted with an Axtell tang sight. The new Ruger Vaquero is available in stainless steel or blued barrel and grip frame with colored frame. Rifle photo by John Barsness. Pistol photo courtesy of Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2005
A Daly-Sauer drilling in 12 gauge over .30-30. Photo by John Barsness. Colt Peacemaker Centennial Frontier Six Shooter with bison bone grips. Photo by Mike Venturino.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2005
The Kimber Model 1911 Custom Stainless II is chambered for the .45 ACP, .40 S&W and .38 Super. The Ruger Mark III features a 5 1/2-inch barrel and target sights.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2005
The Thompson/Center Custom Shop Encore is chambered for the .35 Remington and topped off with a T/C 2.5-7x scope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2005
The Browning A-Bolt .325 WSM features a 23-inch barrel and Browning 3-9x50 scope mounted in Browning rings and bases.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2006
The M1D military sniper rifle is shown with the issue scope. Rifle photo by Yvonne Venturino. Elk photo by D.R. Franz/Royal Tine Images. Turkey inset photo by John R. Ford.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2006
The First Generation Ruger Blackhawk Old Model, circa 1957, is shown with a New Model 50th year Blackhawk 1955-2005 .357 Magnum (foreground). Pistol photos by Gerald Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2006
Clockwise from top right, a Model 29 with 5-inch barrel, Hand Ejector 4th Model Target, Model 21-4 Thunder Ranch and Model 29 with 8.75-inch barrel. Pistol photos by Gerald Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2006
The RCBS Pro 2000 reloading press is shown with the Model 460XVR Smith & Wesson revolver. Photos courtesy of RCBS and Smith & Wesson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2006
A Browning Model 1886 .45-70 (Montana Centennial) is shown with a U.S. Repeating Arms Model 1886 .45-70 and an original Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight .50-110 Express. Rifle photos by Yvonne Venturino. Deer photo by Donald R. Jones.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2006
The Ruger 50th Anniversary Blackhawk .44 Magnum is shown with a U.S. Fire Arms Custer Battlefield Single Action .45 Colt. Photo by Yvonne Venturino. Coyote photo by Michael H. Francis.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2007
The Redding T-7 turret press. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2007
The Super Redhawk (left) is fitted with a Leupold 2x 20mm scope in Ruger rings. The Target Grey Super Redhawk is chambered for the .454 Casull and .45 Colt. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2007
The New Ultra Light Arms is chambered for the .257 Roberts and features a Cabela’s 3-9x Alaskan Guide scope. The Model 94 Winchester is chambered for the .25-35 WCF.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2007
The Marlin Model 1895 Cowboy .45-70 features a 26-inch octagonal barrel and a full-length magazine. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2007
The reproduction of the Keith No. 5 .44 Special by Hamilton Bowen and the custom Ruger Bisley .45 Colt by Ben Forkin feature carbona blue and color case finishes, respectively, by Turnbull Restorations.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2007
The custom Remington XR-100 Rangemaster .20 VarTarg features an E.R. Shaw barrel and Bushnell Elite 3200 5-15x scope in Leupold rings and bases.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2008
The NoslerCustom .280 Ackley Improved is topped off with a Leupold 3.5-10x 40mm scope.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2008
The Ruger Red Label and Remington Model 870 are chambered for the 28 gauge. California quail photo by William H. Mullins.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2008
The stainless Kimber Target II is chambered for the 10mm Auto. Background photo by Gerald Hudson
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2008
The E.R. Shaw Mk-VII rifle is outfitted with a 30mm Leupold VX-III 4.5-14x 40mm scope with side focus parallax adjustment. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. The 1938 vintage Czech VZ24 sniper rifle photo by Yvonne Venturino.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2008
The “DT” Turnbull Restoration single action .44 Russian/S&W Special features color case frame and hammer and ivory stocks. Below, the .45 Colt is fitted with a 5.5-inch barrel, stag-horn stocks, color case frame and Bisleystyle hammer with mid-coverage en
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dot Handloader Magazine: November 2008
Celebrating 100 years of John Wayne, the John Wayne Red River D® Classic is a USFA Single Action .45 Colt with the Duke’s “movie gun” re-created with a worn blue finish and mellow-aged ivory stocks. The holster set was issued by Helgen Industries, Inc. an
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2008
Nearly 6,250,000 .30 Carbines were made between late 1941 and early 1945. Carbine photos by Yvonne Venturino. Elk photo by Royal Tine Images.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2009
An original Smith & Wesson Model 1917 is shown with (top to bottom) Classic Models 22, 25 and 29. Model 1917 photo by Yvonne Venturino. Others courtesy of Smith & Wesson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2009
The Kimber Super Match 1911-style .45 ACP is shown in a Ransom Pistol Rest. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2009
The new Lipsey’s Ruger Blackhawk .44 Special is available with 45/8- and 5 1/2-inch barrels. The Smith & Wesson .45 Colt Mountain Gun and 5 1/2-inch barreled Blackhawk feature Herrett’s Custom stocks. Pistol photos by G. Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2009
Savage Model 12 6mm Norma BR (12-inch twist) is shown with a Zeiss Victory Diavari 6-24x56 T* scope. Rifle photos by G. Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2009
The stainless Smith & Wesson 1911 Pro Series 9mm features a lightweight target-type trigger, Novak sights and 10+1 magazine capacity. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2009
The Thompson/Center Contender rifle is chambered for the .22 Remington Jet. Photo by Stan Trzoniec
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2010
Two Colt Single Action Army .38 WCFs(top and middle) are shown with a Colt New Service, also chambered for the .38 WCF. Photos by Yvonne Venturino.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2010
On the cover... Redding specializes in case forming dies, including the .219 Zipper. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Inset photos by Yvonne Venturino.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2010
The Smith & Wesson Registered Magnums were issued with various barrel lengths, but all displayed fine detail and finish work. Photos by G. Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2010
The Remington XP-100 .250 Savage is set up with a Bausch & Lomb 4x scope mounted in Redifeld rings and one-piece base. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2010
The Springfield XD Tactical is shown with the Smith & Wesson M&P. Photos by Charles E. Petty.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2010
The 9mm Luger has remained the most popular semiautomatic handgun cartridge for over 100 years. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2011
The Browning B78 .223 Remington is outfitted with a Leupold 3-9x Century Limited Edition 40mm scope in Leupold rings and bases. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2011
A World War I 1911 (top) is shown with a World War II 1911 A1 and a Springfield Armory GI 1911 A1. Pistol photos by Charles E. Petty. Background photo courtesy of Howard Communications, Inc.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2011
The Ruger Hawkeye 6.5 Creedmoor (right) is shown with a custom FN Mauser 6.5x55. Both rifles feature Leupold scopes. Photo by John Barsness. Pistol photos by Yvonne Venturino.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2011
The compact Kimber Solo Carry is chambered in 9mm. Photo by G. Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2011
For a revew of some of the more practical gadgets that make handloading more enjoyable and precise, see Stan Trzoniec’s analysis on page 34. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2011
A pair of single-action revolvers: one by Colt and another by U.S. Fire Arms, both with 43/4-inch barrels and chambered for the .44 WCF/.44-40. Photos by Yvonne Venturino. Background painting, Smoke of a “Forty-Five,” by Charles Marion Russell.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2012
A pair of “new” .45 ACPs: a stainless Ruger SR 1911 and a Remington R1 Enhanced model. Pistol photos by Charles E. Petty. Background photo by Terry Wieland.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2012
This E.M. Reilly 20 bore started life as a .577 Snider double rifle but now shoots 350-grain ball. Photo by Terry Wieland. Inset pistol photo by Yvonne Venturino.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2012
A Remington Model 700 Varmint rifle in back of 6mm Remington cartridges. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Inset Ruger revolver photo by Terry Wieland.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2012
Colt fans will be happy to know that the New Frontier Single Action Army is back in production. Photo by Brian Pearce.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2012
Colt’s Gold Cup Trophy and Smith & Wesson’s SC-E 1911s represent technologically enhanced refinement. Pistol photos by Charles E. Petty. The rifle is a vintage Kimber Model 84 in 6x45mm. Photo by Layne Simpson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2012
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...
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2013
This issue’s cover centerpiece is a stainless Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum scoped with a Leupold 2.5-8x32 variable. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Inset photo is Colt’s new Mustang Pocketlite .380 Auto by Charles E. Petty.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2013
This issue’s cover rifle is a Weatherby Mark V Lazermark .300 Weatherby Magnum with a Leupold VX-3 3.5-10x scope. Background photo by Terry Wieland.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2013
Lipsey’s limited edition Ruger New Bearcat .22 Long Rifle revolver. Photo by G. Hudson. Background photo by Brian Pearce.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2013
This Ruger Blackhawk (old model) .41 Magnum features a 45/8-inch barrel and is carried regularly as a ranch gun. Photo by Brian Pearce. Inset: a Ruger Old Army percussion revolver. Photo by Layne Simpson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2013
Before and after photos of a Colt New Service revolver that has been restored by Turnbull Restorations. Photos by Dave Scovill and G. Hudson.
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2013
This issue’s cover features the sculpted lines of a Les Baer Custom Commanche 1911, in .38 Super no less. Feature photos by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Handloader Magazine: February 2014
This nice pair of .45 Gov't Trapdoors includes the H&R Officer's Model (front) and an original Model 1873 (rear). Photo by Yvonne Venterino.
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dot Handloader Magazine: April 2014
This month’s classic cover rifles include a Ross M-10 .280 Ross (left) and a C.G. Haenel 9x57. Photo by Terry Wieland.
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dot Handloader Magazine: June 2014
Cooper's Model 54 cover rifle features French walnut, a checkered bolt knob, inletted swivel studs and a skeleton grip cap. The revolver is a Colt Army Special.
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dot Handloader Magazine: August 2014
This Remington Model 700 .17 Remington Fireball wears a Swarovski variable power scope; the cartridge lineup includes, from left; .17 Hornet, .17 Remington Fireball, .17 Remington. Photos by John Barsness.Coyote photo by Vic Schendel.
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dot Handloader Magazine: October 2014
Glock handguns are used worldwide and the Model 22 was used to develop handloads for the .40 S&W cardridge. Photo by Charles E. Petty
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dot Handloader Magazine: December 2014
This issue's .44 Remington Magnum cover revolvers include a stainless Smith & Wesson Model 69 and an AirLite Model 329PD.
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