WARNING:

You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase rifle ammunition. All ammunition must be shipped via Ground Shipping. Each state may have individual restrictions for shipment of small arms ammunition. Check your state and local laws for any other applicable firearms and ammunition regulations. Always make sure you use the correct ammunition for your firearms and practice firearm safety at all times

FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Will you reload my brass?


Yes, we will reload brass if you purchased the original ammunition from us after we have inspected it carefully and taken measurements to ensure it will be safe to fire again. We can make exceptions to reload your own brass with prior approval, just call us! If your brass is deemed unworthy or unsafe for reloading, we will ship it back to you at your expense or recycle it as needed. Please use good judgment before considering your brass for reloading.




How do I know if you can ship ammunition to the state I live in?


Start here: https://lawcenter.giffords.org/gun-laws/state-law/50-state-summaries/ammunition-regulation-state-by-state/ There are several great resources for this kind of information- just search the web! It is the purchasers and/or receiver’s responsibility to ensure they can receive the product(s) that are ordered. An FFL is required to ship to both CA and NY. No ammunition can be shipped to Washington DC or Massachusetts. Other states require FOID or other documents be sent in prior to shipping.




What is load development and why do I need it?


Load development generally revolves around finding a formula for the components you have available in your current rifle system. We measure your rifle’s freebore and then customize/test different bullets, brass, powder, and seating depths to determine exactly what your system works best with. All of this data is presented to you in a collection of graphs and your new customized ammunition.




What is the connection between reloading and rifle accuracy?


Accuracy with reloads requires consistency. We build cartridges that precisely fit your rifle's chamber, with bullets seated as close as needed for maximum performance.




What are the three main parts of a rifle?


Action- This loads, fires and ejects ammunition. Barrel- Metal tube that the projectile passes through. Stock- Supports the action and in many cases, the barrel.