The 21st-Century Cartridge: Laurie Holland concludes his study of the 6.8mm Rem SPC

Handloading the 6.8 Rem SPC is fairly straightforward, but does present challenges – mainly finding propellants that provide maximum performance from its small case. Also, since we’re stuck with manual bolt operation and straight-pulls lack the primary extraction cams found

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Bullets, MVs and groups: Part two of Laurie Holland’s investigation into the 6.8mm Rem SPC

We have a small AR/M16/M4 compatible .270 calibre cartridge, the project inspired and driven by American military Spec-Ops users. It employs a slightly shorter case than that of the 5.56/.223, but it’s fatter – increasing the capacity – and has

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The 6.8mm Rem SPC cartridge: Part one

Cartridges keep rolling in with a new arrival every year or two, most recently the .300 AAC Blackout, 6.5mm Hornady Creedmoor, and .28 Nosler, covering the entire range from subsonic midget to barrel burning elk-slayer. Launched at SHOT 2002, the

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