How are Rimfire Jacketed Bullets Made?
Why I Make Them
Cartridge Specs & Chronology
Cartridge Headstamps
The Accurate Lee Enfield
Shooting & Reloading the 303 British & 303 Epps
Musketry Regulations - WWI
Small Arms Training - WWII
Shooting 7.62x51mm Military Brass: Target Loads
Reloader's Notes: The 7.62x39mm
Load Data
303s on the Net: The Last 14 Years
Lithgow Wood
Reloading & Firearms Articles
AIA Rifles: The Conclusion
The Stevens 200
What About These Stevens Rifles?
Stevens 200 Aftermarket Triggers
A 7.62x39 Bolt Action
Rimfires I Like
The 308 Winchester H&R Survivor Rifle
Paco's Acu'rzr - for 22LR ammunition
Ontario Gun Shops
About Steve
Contact Me



Over the winter, I will be adding some information here about my 6x45mm rifle
and the bullets I make for it.  If you own a 6x45mm, regardless of action type -
bolt, autoloading or even a single shot, feel free to email and tell me about your
favourite bullets, loads, quirks or stories. 


These are jackets made from rimfire cases that I will be forming into 65 to 75 grain bullets for my 6x45mm.

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