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Wheelwrite looks at a collection of items that deserve an airing but do not fill the page. A bit scatological but what the heck. Moly coating, powder trickling, ammo housekeeping and bullet rotation.
Wheelwrite discusses loading scales as to their honesty
Wheelwrite looks at the effects caused by primer flash holes of differing diameters
Wheelwrite suggest that you can also take a portable approach to reloading and shows us how
Wheelwrite continues his resume of basic but essential handloading practices and equipment
Wheelwrite details a number of bad habits we can all fall into when reloading
Wheelwrite asks: ‘what links wine, an ice cream confection and certain metallic cartridges?’
Wheelwrite has made many passing references on safety, but the issue really deserves our undivided attention for a whole month, so here we are.
Wheelwrite notes the legal requirements and procedures for storing and using that old black powder
Wheelwrite considers how to make your fired cases last for ever
Wheelwrite checks out a new powder and clears up some bullet confusion
Wheelwrite looks at the types of lead bullets that we can use in our firearms
Wheelwrite considers actual bore size as opposed to quoted calibre, as on some guns it can make serious difference
Wheelwrite says don’t forget the lube; but asks which one is best?
Wheelwrite takes us back to school for a bit of number crunching
Wheelwrite takes us through the ups and downs of bullet casting
Wheelwrite reckons the internet is a good place to get information but suggests you approach free reloading data with a deal of caution
Wheelwrite takes a look at personal protection and some legal requirements
Wheelwrite talks a load of bullets; well actually it’s quite interesting!
Wheelwrite considers what happens when the bullet leaves the muzzle and encounters all sorts of magic forces