These Pages contain miscellaneous information, interesting ideas for reloading bench projects and another point for accessing technical articles. Feel free to browse the links. We will be adding more items to these pages as time allows.
General Reloading Tips
(Extend brass life, loading to harmonic nodes for accuracy, etc.)
(Small projects for reloaders that can be completed with common tools.)
(Some projects that require special tools & equipment)
RSI's Technical Articles
(Edited from our Shooting Lab documentation and other sources.)
(A collection of speeches, statements and articles on gun rights.)
Customer Support Case Histories:
How Rude Can They Be?
(For those who have never run a public web site with email link.)
Life Of An Internet Merchant - or how not to handle a "good" customer
(A classic case history regarding customer expectations and support.)
Life Of A Support Person - or why some people can't get help
(This one was too good not to share.)
When A Customer Is NOT Being Honest
(Or, What the heck is really going on?)
When You Don't Respond To SOMEONE Else's Email
(Or, Must have ESP to keep everyone happy.)
Hot Products You May Not Know About:
X-ray Your Bullets?
One of the best kept secrets is how those guys manage to shoot 6 inch groups at 1,000. A product invented by Vern Juenke doesn't actually x-ray your bullets but it seems to. The Internal Concentricity Comparator (I.C.C.) uses sonic pulses to look "inside" bullets for concentricity problems caused by voids and jacket irregularities. One past International Heavy Rifle Champion says it is the secret to shooting 6 inch groups at 1000 yards. If you do everything else correctly, and still get an occasional flyer, it may be your bullets. Weighing bullets can not tell you if an entire box was made from jackets with walls that are thin on one side. But, if the lead core is not centered they can fly as bad as the worst out-of-round projectile. Top competitors with one of Vern's machine often use only 40% of the best hand swaged bullets for serious work. You may find only 10% of the less expensive or production bullets you have been using measure to "Golden BeeBee" standards, with as many as 1/4 or more actually "junk".
Vern had threatened to retire several times and apparenly has finally retired so these meters are no longer available. We have seen them on Ebay as well as other long range forums for a fraction of their final $1200 selling price.