The publisher of the “World’s Greatest Gun Book” is proud to announce the return of the “World’s Greatest Handloading Book.” Handloader’s Digest is back and in its 19th edition is better than ever with more enlightening features, industry resources and eye-catching photos. Whether it’s information on this year’s new ammunition reloading equipment or an in-depth article on obscure wildcat cartridges, you’re certain to find what you’re looking for in this authoritative reference. Executive Editor and custom ammunition manufacturer Philip Massaro fills the pages of this incredible resource with some of the top writers in the field of handloading. And through his expert knowledge, you’re certain to learn something new about reloading, whether you’re new to the discipline or been rolling your own for years.
This book is perfect for you if:
- You are new to reloading and are looking to learn how to reload ammo
- You are an experience handloader searching for new techniques and equipment
- You are a shooter aiming to expand your understanding of ammunition and ballistics
About the Author:
Philip P. Massaro is the President of Massaro Ballistic Laboratories, LLC, a custom ammunition company, which is comfortably nestled in between the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains of Upstate New York. He has been handloading ammunition for 20+ years, and has loaded a wide range of pistol and rifle ammunition, from the lightest plinking loads through the heavy hitting cartridges designed for animals that are measure in tons. He is a Licensed Professional Land Surveyor by trade, a musician by choice, and usually reeks of Hoppes No. 9.
A Newcomer’s View on Reloading
The .358 Blando: A Short Success Story
Handloading For The AR
Life in the .40s
The Way of the Wildcat
How Strong a Bullet Do I Need?
The Case For Self-Defense Handloads
P.O. Ackley’s Improved Cartridges
Shoulder Position, Shoulder Bump, and Accuarcy
Parent Cases and Power Potential
Case Preparation: Some Tips to Make Life Easier
Modern Smokeless Paper Patching
A Progressive Press Roundtable