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HANDLOADING FOR COMPETITION

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The RIFLEMAN'S GUIDE To RIMFIRE AMMUNITION


THE COMPETITIVE AR15


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COMPONENTS

[supply demands]

There are more choices today in bullets, primers, cases, and propellants. All are variously good, but some are better, and it's plain that wisely made combination choices define "best."

Handloading for Competition goes into deep detail in an effort to examine how case and bullet composition, design, and execution influences ultimate performance. As with the other material in this book, few things are absolute, but we all have to find them for ourselves: learning the relationships between ammunition requirements and determining round specifications that meet them makes for consistent, correct performance.

[IGNITION]

Topics include --

Component segregation methods and means. Find out what seems to matter, and what doesn't, and then discover the easiest ways to get those most from your supply on hand.

Find out how custom bullets are made, and how construction elements and techniques influence not only quality, but the load behavior itself.

A huge section discusses "ignition," the quality of which is much more important than many people might realize. Different primers, and the way they're seated, can have a big impact (ha) on round performance.

Learn the goods and bads about "high energy" propellants, and get a head start on finding the best fuel for your loads.

A run-down of all popular (and not so popular) across the course cartridges and the propellants and case choices and bullets that seem to be working the best: it's current, championship-proven information.

[BULLET SEGREGATION]

 


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