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Bruce Potts takes a look at a simple 6mm adaptation primarily used for longer range shooting
Bruce Potts introduces us to what might be the ultimate short range deer calibre and subsonic load
Bruce Potts considers a classic magnum and reckons this old powerhouse still has what it takes!
Bruce Potts reckons less is more and proves it with another intermediate wildcat
Bruce Potts shows us that small can be beautiful and also fast and deadly
Bruce Potts introduces us to another Ackleyfied calibre this time in 7mm
Bruce Potts looks at a classic match-type calibre that offers good vermin and small deer usage
Bruce Potts considers the ups and downs of non-lead hunting bullets
Bruce Potts looks at one of the great, all time intermediate calibres
Bruce Potts introduces us to a .14” calibre centrefire, which as he says uses bullets the size of mouse droppings
Bruce Potts picks up a second hand ‘rail gun’ for a bit of extreme long range shooting
Bruce Potts considers the kit you need for producing wildcat calibres, or just 100% reloads
Bruce Potts might have just created the ultimate barrel-burner with his latest whacky, wildcat creation, how does 5000 fps+ sound?
Bruce Potts considers the use of hand or standard dies for precision reloading and Wildcat cartridges
Bruce Potts praises the abilities of a 6.5mm calibre from Lapua of Finland
Well blow me down, Winchester has finally got around to offering that most popular modern rimfire calibre – the 17HMR, so what’s it like, Pete Moore asks, and more importantly what portents does it bring?
Pete Moore checks out some Winchester 22 sub-sonic and reckons it offers some good terminal effect for this quiet little calibre
Pete Moore considers some of the new, non-lead loads from Winchester’s Supreme range