Welcome to the Precision Rifle Handloading (Reloading) Video Series - 80+ Instructional Videos to teach you how to make match-grade precision rifle ammunition.
Designed as an enhancement to your book learning, if you have our book then these videos will help with your rapid learning (see the book for your special discount coupon).
This course will give you a detailed understanding of the different techniques to build either basic ammunition or full competition style precision hand loaded ammunition. The course contains details on how ammunition is made, from experts, including tips and advice on everything from caliber to equipment and techniques. All the jargon explained in simple language, including advanced topics like neck tension, headspace, and COAL.
Both entry-level and advanced reloading techniques are covered in detail. Every nuance of match quality handloading covered, including safety, selection, sorting, preparation, seating and load development.
This video series will give you a detailed understanding of the different techniques to build either basic ammunition or full competition style precision hand loaded ammunition.There are over eighty instructional videos, for almost four hours of class teaching, all shot on-site at the Holland Handloading School in Oregon, USA.
It's like being in the 3-day onsite course without the travel and time commitment..
I have been studying precision handloading for over six-years. Starting from no background on the subject, I studied and took notes from every article in book and monthly magazine I found. I have a really well-thought out library now - - but, working through this on-line course in a month of evenings equaled-and-surpassed my six-years of notes and charts. Actually, this on-line handloading course surprised me with a couple of pages of new material to my personal notes. Well done!
- Harold (Hal) Davidson
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Our Customers can learn the way they feel comfortable, at home on a PC, on the go on a mobile device or watching the TV.
The course has been developed as a "streaming" offering with instant access or as a set of three 1080p HD (NTSC format) DVDs you can order to keep.
Rent, buy or get physical media for the library - it's up to you.