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Speed Reloading Revolvers

Though most defensive shootings involve very few rounds actually being fired, the low capacity of small revolvers means that you’re more likely to need to reload. So, you need to know how to reload quickly.

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Reloading your own ammunition opens a lot of doors, but the best is repeatable precision.

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The last of seven steps in the reloading process gets us perilously close to bang.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 10: Bullet Seating Q&A

In a continuation of our reloading series, we answer some bullet seating questions from readers.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 9: Bullet Seating

Seating bullets in those prepped and charged cases is easy. Except when it isn’t.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 8: Charging the Case

Pow(d)ering up those perfectly prepped cases can make things go right, or very, very wrong.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 7: Case Mouth Flaring

Proper flaring of the case mouth forestalls other later problems for the smart reloader.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 6: Priming

A bunch of ignition problems simply go away with proper primer “installation.”

Reloading, Part V: Resize And Decap—Start Every Round Right

What begins well often ends well, and reloading our ammunition is no exception.

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