When I conceived the rifle, I wanted to explore the concept of somebody who is reasonably handy with tools building a precision rifle on the kitchen table or in the basement. I wanted an economy “bolt-together” rifle, with the idea to customize it with select parts and gear while staying within a working-man’s budget. The other important thing is it must shoot well enough to earn the title Precision Rifle.
Brad Miller takes a look at some extra-low-recoil loads from Matt's Bullets, dubbed the Comfort Plinker, which take the sting out of shooting .38 Special and .357 Magnum rounds in a lightweight revolver.
As long-range shooters develop more precise handloads, they're looking for powders that won't change performance with the weather. Winchester StaBALL 6.5 is designed to do just that.