Author Archives: Lynn Godfrey

Graphical Reloading Data

Graphical Reloading Data A better way to understand what is going on Humans generally prefer to see information graphically as opposed to being confronted with a bunch of numbers in a table. For any cartridge/bullet weight/powder combination, the available reloading manuals give you only two data points: “starting load” and “maximum load”; and, at those…

30 Caliber Recoil Comparisons

.30 Caliber Recoil Comparisons  Why use ultra-lite bullets? When first introducing your young son or daughter (or wife or girlfriend) to shooting, the two things that will challenge your efforts are noise and recoil. For a first time shooter they are SCARY. In other articles we’ve talked about flinching, muscle memory, reduced loads, plinking, etc.,…

Plinking

Plinking Plinking: recreational shooting, often at “action targets” such as empty cans, that react when hit Target practice: shooting in which there is a measurable result, e.g. a paper target with a ringed bulls eye placed at a measured distance. As used around the shooting fraternity, plinking typically implies a lot of shooting. Action targets…