CharlieBrassStuffer

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Old Porch Dog learns a new Trick!

Yup…Video Editing…hey boys I was born before the muscle car era…we didn’t have no ‘stinking computers’! Ya know fellas, I got tired of passing on every subject I wanted to tackle on video with the iPhone 4 and editing software on my Mac…you boys have been putting some great video out and I’ve felt like […]
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HP TT Test 7 ‘Confusion’

Some times, trying to speed up a cast HP takes you out in Left Field where you are unsure, less confident in just adding more powder and going for it…that’s where we are at today. ‘Safety First’…having to ‘STOP’ and look the facts and empirical evidence over and do some ‘Serious Mulling’! Here’s what I […]
2 Pots & 3 Moulds
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2 Pots & 3 Moulds

In this casting video I wanted to throw in something I’ve never attempted before. Trying to handle 3 single cavity moulds in one casting session and 2 of them Hollow Point moulds, but there’s a caveat to that…two different blends of lead in the pots, one an 11BHN general purpose pistol fodder lead, and the […]
HP Test Tube T-1 first test
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HP Test Tube T-1 first test

A random test of a couple HP’s I had in stock. A practice run to get the testing and documentation down, also to try running the Chrony in front of the Test Tube for accurate speeds of each HP tested. The video is on the long side but there’s information I discuss here that is […]
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15:54

HP Test Tube T4 RN ‘Quad’

Today we find the ‘lower speed limit’ that defines one side of the ‘window of expansion’…a term I’ve coined to describe the upper and lower ‘speed limits’ for any particular Hollow Point design and the bullet metal used. CharlieBrassStufferBorn in 1950…HS grad, some college, no degrees, served in the US Marine Corps, educated there by […]
200 grain 38 Special – Lyman 358430
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200 grain 38 Special – Lyman 358430

No POWER in the shop…No PROBLEM…it’s ‘Old School’ today using the turret, beam scale and a Lee dipper. Kenny at Eagle Eye Shooting sent me this old, out-of-production mould to enjoy. This is the old cast round that LE used to carry back in their ‘.38 Special wheel-gun’ days. They referred to it as a […]
‘Charlie’s James-Thang Challenge’
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‘Charlie’s James-Thang Challenge’

Welcome to the first challenge of this fine new year…it’s going to last all summer or until everyone says they give up or lose interest. It’s a ‘challenge’ and it’s on the personal level…it’s about learning a little different shooting style than you may have been accustomed to. Basically, in my estimation it is ‘defensive […]
JugBustin 45 Colt SAA
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06:00

JugBustin 45 Colt SAA

Using the Lyman 452423 Keith Hollow Point, 234 grains, 8BHN with 8.6 grains of Unique inside a Starline case primed with a CCI-LPP. This’ll get’er done boys! It exited the jug at 440FPS and came close to a 1 inch mushroom. CharlieBrassStufferBorn in 1950…HS grad, some college, no degrees, served in the US Marine Corps, […]
LEE BHN testing gets UPGRADED
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09:33

LEE BHN testing gets UPGRADED

A NEW PRODUCT available @TheReloadersNetwork.com in the store. This will revolutionize the way you handle the 20X power measuring scope…save time and frustration making delicate dimple measurements. My hat is off to James…’Loads Of Bacon‘ for his design, engineering and printing of this amazing ‘Measuring Scope Stand’. Thanks for watching, be kind to your neighbors […]
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Making a Cast HP with a Drill . . .

Last week I came across an interesting video about using a drill motor and a home made jig to make Hollow Point Cast projectiles out of your solid casts you already have. This way, you don’t need an expensive HP mould to get into loading and testing the HP Cast. This is the video I […]
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08:22

Mail Call the BackStory

Eli, TheRevolverguy aka Dayattherange has sent me an absolutely awesome gift, take a look and hear the back story behind all this. CharlieBrassStufferBorn in 1950…HS grad, some college, no degrees, served in the US Marine Corps, educated there by the Navy in Electronics. Worked as an Electrician all my life and Contracted Heavy Industrial Control […]