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February 2021

Looking For Powder Alternatives?

By Mark Underwood 8 months ago 1713 Views No comments

Mark Underwood takes a look at the burn rate charts for nitro powders and how to use them. This article kindly supplied by Gun Mart Magazine.

Is It Cheaper To Buy .38 Special Factory Ammunition, Or To Reload Your Own With Bought Or Cast Bullets?

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 4210 Views 1 comment

Today we’ll compare the benefits of reloading .38 Special, both with bought bullets and home cast, in comparison to buying PPU factory ammunition.

Henry Krank & Lee Precision - Over A 30 Year Relationship

By Ana Nikacevic 8 months ago 1014 Views No comments

Henry Krank & Lee Precision having been working together for over 30 years to bring Lee Reloading Equipment to the UK.

Brassed Off With Your Dirty Brass? Henry Krank Guide To Cleaning Brass Cases

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 1538 Views No comments

To get good results when shooting, the key is always consistency in every respect. When reloading ammunition, the whole process starts and finishes with the brass case. As the only component you can re-use, and the vessel for the whole charge, the brass case must be in tip top condition to function effectively and be capable of re-use.

The Henry Krank Blank Firing Revolver Instruction Guide

By Derek Unsworth 8 months ago 2552 Views No comments

Full instruction manual for wester blank firer revolvers by Pietta and Uberti. Including a full guide on cleaning.

​Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 2: PPU 45/70

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 1665 Views No comments

For this comparison, I’ll compare the costs of 45/70 ammunition with a hand loaded counterpart. 45/70 is a fairly expensive calibre to shoot, simply due to the volume of material that is required to load it. It is a large calibre, shooting a heavy bullet, using a large case and comparatively hefty powder charge.

Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 1: PPU 308 Winchester

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 3743 Views 3 comments

Loading your own ammunition, versus buying it, is a debate as old as the hills. There are countless sources arguing one side or the other, but most focus around ifs and buts, so here is a direct comparison for cost and convenience based on how much money you could save.

Why Reload Instead Of Buying Factory Ammunition?

By Derek Unsworth 8 months ago 939 Views No comments

Many years ago, I bought a lever action rifle that came with a used Lee progressive press and other bits and bobs that I had no idea what they did. That started the whole reloading journey for me that continues today but why do other people get into it, for me it was an off shoot of that purchase, but I had never set out to reload.

You’ve Bought Lee Reloading Equipment, Now What?

By Derek Unsworth 8 months ago 454 Views No comments

You’ve finally taken the plunge and bought your first reloading kit (Lee in this instance) unpacked all the boxes and laid it out in your reloading space, on first look it all does look a little daunting. The following is based on reloading an already fired .308 case.

​History Of The Uberti Reproduction 1860 Henry Rifle

By Derek Unsworth 9 months ago 2029 Views 1 comment

America has one quintessential rifle type unique to themselves, the lever action rifle and it all started with the Henry 1860 Rifle. The lever action rifle will always be identified with the old west and today there are both historic reproductions and modern versions available to the UK shooter.


February 2021

Looking For Powder Alternatives?

By Mark Underwood 8 months ago 1713 Views No comments

Mark Underwood takes a look at the burn rate charts for nitro powders and how to use them. This article kindly supplied by Gun Mart Magazine.

Is It Cheaper To Buy .38 Special Factory Ammunition, Or To Reload Your Own With Bought Or Cast Bullets?

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 4210 Views 1 comment

Today we’ll compare the benefits of reloading .38 Special, both with bought bullets and home cast, in comparison to buying PPU factory ammunition.

Henry Krank & Lee Precision - Over A 30 Year Relationship

By Ana Nikacevic 8 months ago 1014 Views No comments

Henry Krank & Lee Precision having been working together for over 30 years to bring Lee Reloading Equipment to the UK.

Brassed Off With Your Dirty Brass? Henry Krank Guide To Cleaning Brass Cases

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 1538 Views No comments

To get good results when shooting, the key is always consistency in every respect. When reloading ammunition, the whole process starts and finishes with the brass case. As the only component you can re-use, and the vessel for the whole charge, the brass case must be in tip top condition to function effectively and be capable of re-use.

The Henry Krank Blank Firing Revolver Instruction Guide

By Derek Unsworth 8 months ago 2552 Views No comments

Full instruction manual for wester blank firer revolvers by Pietta and Uberti. Including a full guide on cleaning.

​Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 2: PPU 45/70

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 1665 Views No comments

For this comparison, I’ll compare the costs of 45/70 ammunition with a hand loaded counterpart. 45/70 is a fairly expensive calibre to shoot, simply due to the volume of material that is required to load it. It is a large calibre, shooting a heavy bullet, using a large case and comparatively hefty powder charge.

Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 1: PPU 308 Winchester

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 3743 Views 3 comments

Loading your own ammunition, versus buying it, is a debate as old as the hills. There are countless sources arguing one side or the other, but most focus around ifs and buts, so here is a direct comparison for cost and convenience based on how much money you could save.

Why Reload Instead Of Buying Factory Ammunition?

By Derek Unsworth 8 months ago 939 Views No comments

Many years ago, I bought a lever action rifle that came with a used Lee progressive press and other bits and bobs that I had no idea what they did. That started the whole reloading journey for me that continues today but why do other people get into it, for me it was an off shoot of that purchase, but I had never set out to reload.

You’ve Bought Lee Reloading Equipment, Now What?

By Derek Unsworth 8 months ago 454 Views No comments

You’ve finally taken the plunge and bought your first reloading kit (Lee in this instance) unpacked all the boxes and laid it out in your reloading space, on first look it all does look a little daunting. The following is based on reloading an already fired .308 case.

​History Of The Uberti Reproduction 1860 Henry Rifle

By Derek Unsworth 9 months ago 2029 Views 1 comment

America has one quintessential rifle type unique to themselves, the lever action rifle and it all started with the Henry 1860 Rifle. The lever action rifle will always be identified with the old west and today there are both historic reproductions and modern versions available to the UK shooter.