This video shows a good method of cooking grouse over a fire – a handy option to have when hunting. Nothing finer than steeping a pot of tea and having some nourishment part way through the day, right where you are so you can continue hunting and not trek all the way back to camp. […]
This video is a condensed version of the previous one titled, “Using a Gun To End a Bear Attack“, skipping straight to the diagram illustrating the shooting challenge animal attacks pose. The techniques required for stopping animal attacks differ from the more common defensive shooting disciplines which focus on human threats. This is because, in […]
The techniques required for stopping animal attacks differ from the more common defensive shooting disciplines which focus on human threats. This is because, in the case of four-legged creatures, the target is low and moving very fast towards you. As a result, shooting from a standing position will tend to result in missing high, over […]
RAD Podcast Bringing on Ryan McMillan, Owner of Grayboe Stocks. Reloadingallday
This video shows the set up of a type of heavy, canvas wall tent I don’t see around anymore. Made-to-order about 50 years ago for my father by a company in Edmonton (Canada), it makes use of multiple 2×4’s with nails in the end for supporting the walls. This makes setting up the tent very […]
RAD Podcast Bringing on ELR shooter, king of two-mile, Robert Brantley to talk about long-range shooting, ELR, handloading methodologies, and general information for the enthusiast. Reloadingallday
Constantly we are told we need this or that gadget to hunt successfully. Perhaps the stores and marketers want us to forget we can make many such things ourselves? This video is a gentle push in the direction of retaining that sense of self-reliance hunters are known for, so we don’t forget how easy it […]
Zeroing my Crossbow
Grandma wants an AR15!
A contemplative look at what it is like, hunting moose in Canada. It’s a mix of cool, quiet, early mornings, coffee brewed over campfires, taking opportunities as you encounter them and patience. Included are examples of calling moose using a coffee can, mimicking antlers thrashing bush (old moose shoulder blade), unassisted calling by the cupping […]
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Today we’re shooting and testing the Swift A-Frame Load from Federal in a 10″ .41 Magnum Alaskan BallisticsI’m just a regular guy who likes guns, hunting, and ballistics.
Men often ask, “What is the best caliber to get my wife for hunting?” In the opinion of this channel, you can’t do much better than a .243 Winchester. It provides mild recoil, flat-shooting and surprising effectiveness due to its velocity. For anyone wishing to get a sense of how it handles and how much […]
This video demonstrates proper technique when it comes to handling recoil. Featuring a unique, high-powered rifle chambered for the old, buffalo-hunting era .45-120 cartridge (think “Quigley Down Under”), a woman uses the recommended military stance. The rifle used in this demonstration is a Ruger No. 1, custom-chambered for the aforesaid cartridge, firing a 535 grain […]
If you want a detailed explanation of what is meant by “head space” and how it affects the functioning of your firearm, you may find this video quite helpful. In it, I provide viewers with a step-by-step description of the changes a cartridge undergoes – from the time the primer is struck, to the time […]
In this video, we unbox a gift from OzarkSpirit, review the Finnish M39 Rifle, and compare 3 cartridges used in WW2. I pray God blesses you all, and thanks for watching. JH586My name is Jamie, and I’m Lisa’s husband, Jay and Amanda’s dad, and Rigby’s PawPaw. I’m relatively new to reloading and certainly to creating […]
Today were are taking a look at the Vont LED Camping Lantern. This is a great LED Lantern for camping, fishing, or hiking at night. Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
Shooting with a stick, preparing for the hunt, and a little rapid fire
Shooting is fun. Shooting steel gongs is fun. Shooting steel gongs with a Ruger No. 1 custom chambered for the old, buffalo-era .45-120 cartridge (think Quigley Down Under) is even funner! In an effort to compare hitting power, I take two Ruger No. 1 rifles – one chambered for the .45-120 cartridge hurling a 535 […]
Today we are shooting the .338 Win Mag Barnes 225gr TTSX Ruger M77 for ballistics over the chronograph and into a pork shoulder. Should I use this for bear hunting in Alaska? Put what you think in the comments! Alaskan BallisticsI’m just a regular guy who likes guns, hunting, and ballistics.
This is the first real video for the new Shotgun Series, part 1. I wanted to start with something a little different, something that had a new and undiscovered technology vs the standard chokes that just constrict the bore of the shotgun. Pattermaster Code Black designed the Stud Ring for the choke, this eliminates the […]
Welcome to the new series all about shotguns, chokes and shotshell testing, reloading, hunting and more. Over the next few years we will be testing out the Patternmaster chokes and others, a huge variety and ammo and several shotguns. On top of that, we will be taking you along with us on several hunts for […]
Last summer, Svarog Bullet Mold company out of Russia reached out to me and asked if I would review their new slug mold called the Botfly. I’ve always been impressed with the quality and ease of use with the Svarog’s mold, so I jumped at the opportunity. When the mold came in, I jumped on […]
This channel features a variety of outdoors and hunting-related topics, ranging from wall tent camping, moose hunts, field preparation of game, trapping, reloading ammunition and even most aspects of bullet casting. Because I’m usually up to something, content is added frequently, but not unless I feel I have something useful or interesting to deliver. As […]