This sections features guides for load development, reloading ammo, accuracy improvement, shooting accurately and more.
The GT in 6mm GT, stands for George Gardner and Tom Jacobs , the two guys who developed the cartridge, out of the need to have a better competition 6mm cartridge.
The 6.5 PRC was developed specifically for competitive precision rifle shooters, but it has since earned its way into hunters’ hands as well.
The GAP stands for GA Precision, who originally made the cartridge famous during owner of GA Precision, George Gardner's use of the caliber during professional competition rifle shooting in 2012.
The Creedmoor in 22 Creedmoor denotes the fact that it comes from a 6.5mm Creedmoor which has been necked down to accept a .224 bullet.
Precision shooting, starts at the understanding of, and loading of precision cartridges consistently. This is the guide to reloading for precision rifle ammunition.
Our bolt face diameter database helps to determine which new caliber or cartridge will work with the bolt face diameter and action length.
Consistency is a critical part of accuracy. Concentricity ensures consistency of cases, bullet seating, neck tension and positions in chamber. Here is how to get your case concentric.
Accurate shooting is as much about shooting and technique as it is about load development. These tips and techniques will help you develop a load and shoot accurately.
A simple DIY plan and method to build your own reloading bench at home using basic hand tools, and hardware store materials.