Posts Tagged ‘handloading’

In 2008, in preparation for my first hunting trip to Arkansas, I picked up a Kimber 84M Classic chambered in .260 Remington, and I topped it off with a Leupold 2-7x3mm scope.  I wanted something that was lightweight and not excessively powerful for the slightly smaller whitetail deer in the south, and that’s exactly what […]

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Posted: 27th November 2011 by Cheap in Firearms, Hunting
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Like many states in the region, Indiana has not allowed deer hunting with rifles.  Shotguns, handguns, muzzle-loaders, and bows are allowed.  Some say this is intended to make the hunt more challenging, thereby promoting growth in the deer population (particularly several decades ago when deer populations were low).  Others say it is intended to limit […]

I recently acquired a rifle for coyote hunting.  The season opens again May 9, which is less than three weeks away.  I need to develop a load for it very soon.  It doesn’t have to be the most accurate load to start, but it it should be sub-MOA with a varmint bullet. I ordered some […]