July 12th, 2014

Huge Savings on Discontinued Items from Lyman Products

Looking for a seriously good deal on dies or reloading gear? Right now Lyman Products is running a Spring Clearance Sale on a variety of items, including powder dispensers, dies, reloading manuals, and more. Lyman has slashed prices drastically on these discontinued products. How does four bucks for a Reloading Manual sound to you? Note: All items are sold “as is” with NO WARRANTY. Here is just a sampling of the great deals we found:

Reloading electronic lyman powder measureRELOADING TOOLS
Reconditioned DPS Electronic Scale
$374.95 $139.95 On Sale!

Reconditioned .50 Cal BMG Accutrimmer w/.50 BMG Pilot
$83.50 $49.95 On Sale!

Reconditioned E-Zee Case Gauge
$22.50 $9.95 On Sale!
Blemished and/or scratched. Measures the case length of over 70 popular rifle and pistol cases. Quick and easy.

DIES
Close Out: Neck Size Die Set 223 Rem
$38.95 $10.00 On Sale!

Close Out: 6mm Rem Small Base 2 Die Set
$45.95 $10.00 On Sale!

Close Out: Seat Die Complete 40 S&W
$22.95 $5.00 On Sale!

Reloading electronic lyman powder measureBOOKS
49th Edition Handbook Reloading Handbook Soft Cover
$26.95 $4.00 On Sale!
These books are either damaged, missing pages, or sections with light printing. Perfect for training or checking load data for a minimal expense

48th Edition Reloading Handbook
$24.95 $4.00 On Sale!
These books are either damaged, missing pages, or sections with light printing. Perfect for training or updating your library for a minimal expense.

Shotshell Handbook 3rd Edition
$7.95 $5.00 On Sale!

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July 12th, 2014

2014 NRA National Pistol Championships Are Underway

National NRA Matches Camp Perry Pistol

Story by Lars Dalseide for NRA Blog
Port Clinton, Ohio – If you’ve never attended a match held by the National Rifle Association then you don’t know what you’re missing. The sights and sounds are enough to overwhelm the tamest of firearm enthusiasts, driving one to ask … why the hell am I watching and not shooting in this thing?!

This year that question can be answered with a simple it’s too late. But next year? That is definitely a possibility. So pick up that pistol, head down to the range, and get that trigger finger in shape for 2015.

Until then, here’s a look at what you’re missing:

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