An Acurate Gentleman’s Cartridge. By John Taffin The .32-20 started life in the Winchester Model 1873 and then shortly after
By John Taffin Hodgdon’s Pyrodex powder goes back to the mid-1970’s when R.E. Hodgdon was informed by Warren Center of
By John Taffin When I mention “.38 cartridge” what’s the first thing coming to mind? For most shooters .38 means
By John Taffin In the 1950’s there were no replica black powders available, so it was strictly real black powder
By John Taffin For most shooters .38 means .38 Special. There is another .38 though, a contemporary of the .38
By John Taffin “Cartridge cases must be separated by manufacture and headstamp.” I have a tough time with this one.