This online 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 resource is focused on Long Range precision handloading to give the shooter the most accurate precision setup.
An Introduction To Handloading
Components Of A Cartridge
Getting Started Making Ammunition
Essential Equipment To Get Started
Match Level Preparation
The Case Preparation Stage
The Case Priming Stage
The Powder Stage
The Bullet Seating Stage
Testing Your Ammunition
A detailed understanding of the different techniques to build either basic ammunition or full competition style precision hand loaded ammunition
Full 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
How to choose the right components to make the best shooting end result
How to competition prepare the cases to reduce your extreme spread and standard deviations, allowing for sub 1/4 MOA shooting ammunition ideal for long range shooting
How to test and refine your load formulas for ultimate success using techniques like ladder testing
AND Much more ...
TeachMe Interactive Courses are designed to be fun and easy to use on mobile devices to you can learn anytime, anywhere in bite-sized chunks.
This course is broken down into major sections, with hundreds of images and illustrations covering all the major areas on handloading for long range precision shooting.
An introduction to handloading - safety, skills and workflows
Getting started making ammunition - how to choose the right components for your ammo
Using and choosing a reloading press - types of press and how to use a press to build precision ammo
Stages of building your ammunition - detailed case prep./priming/powdering cases/bullet seating
Testing your handloaded ammunition - how to build a load formula and range test it
Learn the difference between factory and hand loaded ammo.
Learn the difference between hand loading and reloading
Learn reloading safety as well as fine detail on every technique
Learn how to match a great load with your own rifle and test the results
Learn techniques that lead to most accurate ammunition you can make
Understand the complex jargon, terms and measurements used in reloading
Start with the basics or learn how to hand load at a competition level
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- Daman Pinson | Advanced Long Range Reloading & Shooting Techniques -
I liked how Precision Long Range Shooting and Hunting covered everything from picking a rifle, to optic, then to more specifics like barrels, hand loads, MOA vs MILS. This book has a wealth of good information, I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to get into the sport and their equipment.
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As an experienced shooter and competitor, along with being an instructor, I find a lot of the information in this book valuable to those looking to get into long range disciplines
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Everyone learns at different speeds, this can be embarrassing at an an site course with 20 other people.
No need to go faster or slower to match others, or conform to the instructors fixed training schedule - learn at your own pace and on your own schedule.
Once you have everything down, you can go to a class or the range and be confident in your ability.