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#75 – Interview with Gavin Gear of Ultimate Reloader

#75 - Interview with Gavin Gear of Ultimate Reloader

02:05:43  | Bryan connects with Gavin Gear, owner and creator of the Ultimate Reloader YouTube Channel.  The discussion centers on their experiences in arriving at high-confidence outcomes when testing for rifles precision and accuracy.   Testing rifles is not always as straight forward: some details that don’t seem to matter can be a contribute to results in the form of noise. From cleaning methods to muzzle device clearance to load development, this conversation hits all the interesting topics related to precision rifle testing and arriving at quality conclusions.

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  • Max Esser says:

    Is there a RSS feed link I can use to listen to these in my podcast app?

    • Francis Colon says:

      At the moment there is not; there are technical/security issues with linking private RSS feeds and access control. However, we are working on some new upgrades that should help with access and delivery in the near future! Stay tuned!

  • Otis White says:

    Outstanding video podcast.

    I’m approaching year three with the 375 EnABELR cartridge. Longer barrels help you reach CT performance without the pressure issues

  • Dario Sarti says:

    Oh, the 30 sec video limit just hurt listening to. I just do not watch anything shorter than 5 min. You are not able to grasp any semi-complex concept in less than 5 min. It’s just so sad that current people are bored so fast 🙁
    I do love both of your content and am just before buying all of the Applied Ballistics books. I believe that this is almost the only source of scientific knowledge on ballistics outside of the academic sources.
    Thanks to you Bryan and Gavin (and a couple of others: Eric Cortina, F-class John, Ryan Cleckner, etc.) I’m was able to reload safely my first batch and shoot it. 1 of the series was better than the best factory ammo for my gun (SAKO TRG Precision 6,5 CM).
    Keep up the great work 🙂

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