Paul Matthews is the authoritative figure in the world of Black Powder Cartridge Shooting. This colleciton of books contains a wealth of information on BPCR Shooting. Once again Matthews offers his astute insight into the world of black powder cartridge rifle shooting with more tips and "recipes" for the accuracy needed to effectively compete.
This collection contains 9 greats from Paul Matthews: Black Powder, Pig Lead and Steel Silhouettes, Cast Bullets for the Black Powder Cartridge Rifle, Forty Years with the .45-70 Revised, How-To's for the Black Powder Cartridge Rifle Shooter, Loading the Black Powder Rifle Cartridge, Shooting the Black Powder Cartridge Rifle, More How-To's for the BPCR Shooter, The Paper Jacket,
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Black Powder Cartridge Reloading Primer Mike Venturino & Steven P. Garbe The standard reference work for loading the black powder cartridge rifle. Written by 4-time National BPCR Silhouette Champion Steve Garbe and world-renowned gun writer Mike Venturino this is the first
Ken Waters PET LOADS Complete Volume. This is Ken's monumental lifetime work in the handloading field and
contains loading procedures, tables, tips, precautions and commentary; over 150 cartridges
SHOOTING BUFFALO RIFLES of the OLD WEST Mike Venturino The latest reprint of Mike Venturino’s series on Old West firearms, SHOOTING BUFFALO RIFLES of the OLD WEST, evokes memories of these historic rifles, and the colorful characters who shot them, from a
Shooting Lever Guns of the Old West Mike Venturino 300 pages detailing all pre-1900 models of Winchester and Marlin lever action rifles and carbines, plus reloading data on cartridges from the .25-20 to the .50-110.
Shooting Sixguns of the Old West Mike Venturino Until recently if someone judged the Old West by television and movie portrayals, there was only one sort of handgun in use. That, of course, was the Colt Single Action Army which was also commonly ca