Ask Uncle Nick

. I've used this .25-20 load on goats out to 150 metres with excellent results.

Nickel steel made the Model 53 stronger than the 1892.

When fired in this rear-locking rifle, cases will not withstand as many full power reloads as .308 cases fired in a bolt-action rifle.

Its sectional density of .250 compares closely with those of the following calibres and weights: (see article)

Neither neck reaming or turning will be necessary. Cases will not need fireforming,

Winchester departed from Page's suggestions regarding neck length and shoulder angle.

Does an off centre primer strike have any effect upon accuracy?

It had features never before seen on a lever-action - a detachable box magazine and a trigger that came a way with the lever.

It took 1- 1/2 grains more powder with the coated bullets to equal the pressure developed with the uncoated bullets.

I seek your advice on a series of reloading problems.

I rely on just one good load that's proved effective on everything from red stag to water buffalo, moose and grizzly bear.

I've found that both Re-22 and AR2213sc both work better than AR2209.

These balanced cams provide an 8.5 to 1 leverage for extraction and seating of a fresh round.

In several .270s, the Hornady 110gn PSP turned out to be the most accurate of all the light bullets.

BM 8208 is a small, short-grained stick powder specifically developed for varmint and benchrest cartridges.