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Wheelwrite takes a look at a real wrister breaker
Wheelwrite takes a look at the origin of cartridge species
Wheelwrite takes a look at a classic British calibre from the Anglo-Zulu War!
Power at the Point
Wheelwrite introduces us to the oddly named 218 Bee and we find that smallbore calibres are not a modern idea
Wheelwrite takes a look at a calibre that’s too big to be small
Wheelwrite takes a look at one of the fastest early production 22 centrefire calibres
Wheelwrite looks at another celebrity in the old 222 Rem the daddy of the 223 Rem and still viable today
Wheelwrite takes a look at a round designed to be GET THROUGH MOST PROBLEMS
Wheelwrite takes a look at a 22 centrefire that given the right time line could have been a winner, but was not
Wheelwrite looks at a much loved workhorse as he considers the 6mm that isn’t!
Wheelwrite looks at a round that by any other name is near identical
Wheelwrite takes a look at one of the smallest centrefire cartridges around
Rimless, timeless, potent and versatile - Wheelwrite cuts through the smoke to look at a truly iconic American hunting cartridge
Wheelwrite looks at one of PO Ackley’s early works in the realm of re-profiling a case to give more efficiency
Wheelwrite takes a look at that quintessential British calibre; the good old .303, one of the last rimmed service cartridges ever.
Wheelwrite takes a look at a still popular and classic semi-auto pistol round from the turn of the century
Wheelwrite takes a look at the favourite of Marion Morrison
Wheelwrite takes a look at a truly modern magnum with a serious reputation
Wheelwrite talks about the Coronation, discovery of DNA and a classic from Roy Weatherby
Wheelwrite looks at the 38 Special, the quintessential, double-action revolver cartridge