Re-discovering an old favourite, Byron Pace bonds with the today’s classic .243 Win – has this all-too-common calibre been underestimated?
Do you know your BC from your MOA? Darryl Pace delves into the meaning behind some of the toughest-to-understand jargon in shooting
It’s undervalued and underused today, but Byron Pace is nevertheless fixated with the .222 Rem
Hornady has revamped its range of varminting loads
Leaving sectional density behind us, it is probably wise to add a brief discussion on the ballistic coefficient (BC) of a bullet for those who are not familiar with it. The ballistic coefficient in itself will have very little effect…
I want to discuss some important aspects of safety and the production of better loads. For those of you who already reload, you may have noted a number of gaps in the presented knowledge base and equipment to this point.…
Following on from his introduction to bullet construction and terminal ballistics, Byron Pace looks at the specifics of the wound cavity as well as assessing rimfire performance