I've tried a couple of different roll crimpers over the years, but never really found any of them to my liking, so I decided to design my own, taking inspiration from the solid state designs dating as far back as the 1800's, and combining them with modern materials and manufacturing processes.
Getting your Gun License in Canada – Possession & Acquisition One of the interesting things about Canada’s culture is that guns are often not spoken of openly, despite being legal, and in fairly wide circulation. Ownership varies dramatically by province, but as a national average is around 15%. Although most Canadians at least recognize a […]
In my last article, I wrote about the age-old process of pan-lubing cast bullets to improve accuracy, and reduce barrel leading. Many folks who pan-lube opt to purchase their lubricants– and there’s nothing wrong with that. Many companies like Lyman, RCBS, White Label and Dragon Lubes produce excellent quality products that do a fantastic job; […]