This book on CD-ROM covers the Gibbs line of wildcat cartridges. Gibbs' goal was to create a bigger, better, and faster cartridge than any other available. Decide for yourself whether his goal was accomplished. Published in 2006. 64 Pages - CD-ROM.
This is a Book reproduced in a high resolution PDF format on CD-ROM. The Gibbs line of wildcat cartridges has aroused
curiosity since the mid-1960s. Handloaders expound and argue the velocity claims and cartridge designs of Rocky Gibbs.
Other than this book, only tidbits of information are available. Gibbs had developed his interest in handloading while a member
of the Richmond, California, Rod and Gun Club. His competitive nature led to an intense desire to produce a cartridge that was
bigger, better, faster and more complete than any other. He was severely criticized for his cartridge case design. Nearly
everyone complained about the minimum length of the case necks. Gibbs was also accused of inflating the Gibbs cartridge
velocities. He never gave in or broke down in the face of these ongoing controversies. He was willing to risk his reputation to
prove he had maximized the available space in a .30-06 case. Whether he accomplished his goal of producing the finest
cartridge available is up to each handloader to decide. When it comes to velocity, "a Gibbs chambered rifle with a standard
barrel makes a magnum with a short barrel just another rifle."
Publisher: Wolfe Publishing CO
Date Released: January 2006
Number of Pages: 64
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