Beretta Blog

Four Reasons to Love the .260 Remington

Posted by Preston Bankson on Jul 31, 2017 11:30:46 AM

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I’m a rifle geek. There, I said. You know the first step is to admit you have an issue.

When it came time to buy (yet another) rifle, I had a few desires:

  • A cartridge that would support my hunting passions and be relevant for the type of game in my area of the Southeastern United States.
  • An affordable solution, both for the rifle itself and for the rifle ammo cost over time. I’m an avid reloader, so I was less concerned about the per-round manufactured cartridge cost as long as components were readily available at reasonable cost. We’ll get more into this later.
  • A good long range platform that would allow me to shoot at long distance for fun, science, and long-range competitions.
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Topics: Reloading, Rifle Shooting

Shotgun Shells: The Ins and Outs of Selection (Part 1)

Posted by matteo recanatini on Jun 12, 2012 3:56:00 AM


By Brad Wilson - Guest Contributor

How I love my hand loads!
In a previous entry by fellow blogger Adam Brassfield titled “Shell Selection for Waterfowl”, Adam talks about what size shot he would typically use for different types of waterfowl.  What he based everything off of was the size of  bird he would be chasing that certain day.  Adam laid down some great groundwork for new and old hunters that sometimes get mislead on what size shot they should be using.  This is the first thing everyone should take into consideration when choosing shot.  I would recommend reading that post as he has some great information in it.
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Topics: Reloading, Hunting, Clay Shooting