Frequently online and gunstore pontificators will talk about whether a certain gun, or type of ammo, or firearms accessory will screw you over if you ever use it in self defense. Attorneys will pretty much never argue about that nonsense in court..... Don't be the kind of guy to get into trouble. If you don't have a choice, be silent about it, then be honest about it. Being justified is everything, and your whole case is about whether people believe that you are justified. Don't make up stuff. Don't spread myths....
Buckshot used to be the HD and police load of choice. But ammo got better, and semi auto carbines took over. However, there are many roles where buckshot is still the optimal choice, especially if your firearm has enough of it in queue and you can fire it fast enough.
This is the first chapter in the buckshot reloading series, and you can read the introduction here: An introduction to Reloading Buckshot In that introduction, we identified that one of the primary reasons people generally don’t reload buckshot is as follows> The problem: It takes a lot of time to accurately count out […]
Reloading buckshot is not a very popular practice for a few reasons. People aren’t in the habit of shooting buckshot because it is expensive. Also most commercial buckshot is poorly made, and leads to low expectation for what it can do. Most methods and recipes in books for reloading buckshot require fiddly and scarce […]
Most of us start reloading to save money, then make the same joke about not saving money so much as shooting more. We can go premium, or bargain in our tooling. I tire-kicked about reloading for more than a decade before I really got started, and sought a lot of advice and did a lot […]
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I wanted to debut on TRN with some really cool and clever series, but I decided to just upload whatever came next and put it here too. As it happens, I have a large queue of potential topics, some of which have part of the work done, others of which are figments of a fevered […]