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Welcome to the September Newsletter!

WE'VE GOT WHAT YOU WANT!

Have you ever thought of casting your own bullets? If you are a DIY kind of person or curious of the "How To's" of casting your own bullets, then check out The Art of Bullet Casting Collection. It will give you all you need to know about bullet casting and swaging.

YOU MAKE TARGETS TOO?

Yes we do! If you are getting ready for a hunt, you will want to have one of our targets to help you practice making that perfect shot. With the vitals outlined, it will help you work on your accuracy.

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Handloader issue #304 is now available. This issue features:

6mm Creedmoor Loads for a JP Enterprises LRP-07- John Haviland

Sellier & Bellot Rifle Primers A head-to-head comparison gives favorable results- John Barsness

Beginning Bullet Casting – Part II A Discussion of Cast Bullet Designs- Mike Venturino

Pet Loads- .38-44 and .38 Special +P Loads for Heavy-Framed Revolvers- Brian Pearce

Man-Stopper Redux Loads for the .32 S&W Long and .44 Special- Terry Wieland

Handloader Number 3 September-October 1966- Back in the Day

And much more!

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Wolfe Publishing Company Art of Bullet Casting Collection on DVD

Art of Bullet Casting is a collection of articles taken from the pages of Handloader and Rifle magazines covers the subject from basic to more advanced techniques. Bullet Making Annual Vol 1 & 2 is directed to those handloaders and shooters who wish to further their knowledge about techniques and tools employed to cast and swage bullets. Cast Bullet Special Edition is for the handloaders and shooters who wish to further their knowledge about techniques and tolls employed to cast bullets. This is not a basic casting handbook but a specialized journal.

Item: 544.3 The Art of Bullet Casting Collection (shipping of $3.25 for U.S. - Canada: 1 DVD $8.50, 2 DVDs $9.50, 3 or more $10.50 - Foreign: 1 DVD $12.75, 2 DVDs $14.75, 3 or more $16.75 will be added)
Price: $25.00
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Wolfe Publishing Company Elk Paper Targets

This life size elk target is printed on 70# heavyweight paper in large 21" x 28" format. The vitals are outlined for shot placement. Set target out at 100 yards for simulated life size elk at 200 yards. This is a great way to test your new hunting rifle for shot placement out to 200 yards.

Item: 552.004E/4 Elk Paper Target. 4pk (shipping will be added. $3.25 for US and Canada, $6.50 for foreign)
Price: $10.00
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Don’t be discouraged by cramped living conditions. If you have enough room to swivel round a chair, you have enough to handload. A tiny space might not be as convenient as a full room, but handloading equipment can be made to work in surprisingly small areas, including kitchen tables, bathroom counters, even closets.

During a recent visit to Sportsman’s Warehouse in Boise, I saw a wood and metal reloading bench that couldn’t have been more than two feet deep and three feet wide. That’s plenty of space for handloading, but the price of the unit was more than $300. I know that would have been too rich for my wallet back when I was starting out, so if you’re in the same economic boat, don’t despair. You can rig up your own loading bench for almost nothing.

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    New from Mossberg!

Mossberg® Introduces 590A1™ and 500® Compact Cruiser® AOWs

The New Generation of 12 Gauge Sub-Compact, Pump-Action NFA Firearms

North Haven, CT – O.F. Mossberg and Sons, Inc. is pleased to offer new sub-compact NFA firearms, based on its time-proven 12-gauge 590A1 and 500 pump-actions. Classified by the BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) as AOWs (Any Other Weapon), the 590A1/500 Compact Cruiser AOWs require a $5 tax stamp for transfer, as well as the required NFA transfer paperwork. Two 12-gauge, 3-inch sub-compact versions are available with all of the standard features of the 590A1/500 platform that millions worldwide have selected for personal defense and in service to our country.

To read more click here.

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