Most tutorials on butchering focus on processing the hind quarters, but the front leg is actually the more difficult one to do because of its convoluted muscle structure. This video will help redress that imbalance, using the front leg of a moose for its example. Quite lengthy, this video shows the entire process in great […]
Knowing how to cut up a moose doesn’t just save on butchering costs; it also enables you – if the animal has to be hauled from deep bush – to carve it up on the spot first, so you can carry out lighter portions, instead of entire quarters at a time. This is a common […]
Today we sit down with Mark from Magholder for an update on the company as well as his health. We also talk about our top 5 favorite wilderness handguns.
This is a short video of Willie and myself getting together with Country Boy Prepper and Leverguns 50. Both are fine Christian men. I’m proud to call them my friends. Thanks for watching and may God bless. JH586My name is Jamie, and I’m Lisa’s husband, Jay and Amanda’s dad, and Rigby’s PawPaw. I’m relatively new […]
Interested in seeing what 2 guys, 2 ladies, 3 quads and a portable, gas-powered winch can do? In this video we drag a 12′ x 16′ cabin one kilometer through mud and muskeg to get it from one trapline (someone else’s) to the other (our own). Wet conditions not permitting the use of a truck, […]
The preparation of our trapline is going well. We now have a cabin (prefab metal for now), which we – with the help of able-bodied, good friends – moved to the edge of the pristine lake lake shown in this video. We can now look forward to spending more time here, warmed by a wood […]
Crown land camping for First Nations people tends to focus on different things. This video shares something of what it is like for our grandchildren. In addition to berry picking and gathering wood for moose hide tanning, we were pleased to see this confident, little eight year old harvest his first snowshoe hare as well. […]
10mm vs. .357 Magnum for bear protection? in Episode 3 we have Underwood Xtreme Penetrators and more redneck science. What do you use for bear protection? Alaskan BallisticsI’m just a regular guy who likes guns, hunting, and ballistics.
Episode 101 – bullet casting Full.Lead.TacoI love guns, tacos, and lead. I use the guns. The guns eat lead. And I eat tacos. The videos on this channel focus on the first two items–using guns and making the ammo that gets used in them. If there is a video project you want me to do, […]
Did some casting, loading, and shooting with the desert eagle and the NOE 50AE bullet mold: https://noebulletmolds.com/site/product-category/501/htc502-325-fn-bz2/
When we’re hunting or on the trapline with the (new to us) ’06 Honda TRX 500 we acquired recently, there are certain things we will need to take along; the big chainsaw for instance (felling trees now for a cabin next year). I made a set of scale plans for this cargo box design so […]
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Some of the channel viewers requested that I post the podcast episodes here. This is a podcast, so it is audio only. The podcast gives a little more insight as to the things I’m currently working on each week. If you want to listen on normal podcast clients, you can find the podcast pretty much […]
243win Ruger M77 Load Development EP4 with Burger bullets and Lapua brass. Quest for the perfect load
After a long hiatus the Coats Brothers are back with a new video shooting at a 24″ x 24″ target at 1350 yards . We apologize for the lack of content over the last year or so. We hope to be adding some new videos over the summer. Stay tuned! Coats Brothers Firearms
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If you have never used the chainsaw chain sharpener made by Stihl, this video provides you with a close look as I implement one for the first time. It’s a smart, simple design that will help even inexperienced users sharpen a chain properly. I like it! The Way to Native ChroniclesYou could say I’m a […]
Some of life’s big questions you just have to figure out for yourself. Like: “Can the cargo sled I use for trapping in the winter be used as a small boat during the summer?” At The Way To Native Chronicles, we sent out our top, investigative team, risking life and limb to answer to this […]