Today we set the headspace on the Savage Model 11 chambered in a 6.5 Creedmoor. This is very simple for the DIY’ers of the world, all you need is a few simple tools to do this in your own garage or reloading room. Vaughn Precisionhttp://vaughnprecision.com
If you want a detailed explanation of what is meant by “head space” and how it affects the functioning of your firearm, you may find this video quite helpful. In it, I provide viewers with a step-by-step description of the changes a cartridge undergoes – from the time the primer is struck, to the time […]
One of the corrective actions you can take it to accurately measure and adjust your headspace to help in reliable ignition, accuracy and optimal brass life. Due to the break open design and the inherent flex in the action when fired with more flex in higher pressure rounds, you cannot merely take a rimless bottleneck cartridge or even rimmed bottleneck cartridge and measure it as you would a bolt action gun.
I created the Headspace site (https://headspace.thereloadersnetwork.com) several months ago as a place for our community to interact. You will find a link to that site in the menu under the Community heading. We have not done much advertising of the site yet, and you’ll likely see some more advertising soon, but I wanted to take […]
Today I do a quick look at the Hornady Headspace Comparator
A brief video about the importance of checking out your military surplus rifles before shooting them.
In this video we look at how to use the Hornady Headspace Comparator, and the reasons to use one.
I am by no means an expert on rifle reloading. So when I found that my primers were backing out of the primer pocket, I scratched my head for quite a while until some tips from a few good friends here on TRN led me to investigate a headspace issue. I purchased the Hornady headspace […]
Lest some shooters fall into the trap that headspace is not a big consideration in our reloading, this video shares a glaring example...
Hornady reloading tools