30 Golds Are Back!

Many .17 shooters have long considered the 30 gr. Gold that Todd Kindler of the Woodchuck Den used to make as “the” bullet for coyote with large capacity .17’s. But a few years ago, Todd stopped making his fantastic bullets. The dies along with a supply of J4 jackets of the correct length for making the 30 Golds are back in production and the 30 Gold is available again!

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The Birth Of The .220 REDLINE

…being an avid predator hunter, I’ve gravitated toward ‘hotrod’ type cartridges… Maximum point blank range and terminal performance on critters are key elements for a ‘hotrod’ to improve upon, over factory available cartridges. Ideally, the performance gains should justify the extra time, effort & expense of wildcatting… What if I necked a SAUM case down to .224…

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How Concentricity Impacts Accuracy

…We typically refer to bullet imbalance in terms of CG offset.  CG (center of gravity) offset is where the center of gravity of the bullet is offset from the geometric axis or center line of the bullet.  With CG offset, we have an unnatural condition where the bullet is forced to rotate about the geometric axis or center of form while inside the barrel.  But a spinning projectile always wants to spin on its principal axis (center of gravity) when free to do so…

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