A few shots with the CZ 75. Creeker
I like shooting clay birds. Here we are trying a new load. I hit only 2 birds. The first was hit on the second shot. The second on the first shot. The third was laying flat with only the edge facing me after the first shot. It was never hit. Creeker
Managing 2 moulds can be a simple thing, even when the bullets are far apart in size and weight. Creeker
Casting the Accurate 45-200H & NOE 312440FN Creeker
Loading one of the little guys, the .380 Auto. This is a simple little round but I can see ham-handed guys having trouble with the small bullets. I load this round for the only 380 I own, a first generation Ruger LCP. Creeker
Loading a few for the 38. Creeker
Sometimes you miss.
My friend Wayne & brother in Christ lost his father sometime back & one day Wayne came to visit but I was gone. He left a package with my wife & once home I was amazed at the content. Inside was a 6″ Model 29-3 Smith & Wesson belonging to father Byrd Miller, a WWII […]
Shooting a few plates at the range. Creeker
A few shots on a rainy day.
First casting session with the Accurate 43-210A mould.
RCBS Ram Prime
One of my older videos on a warm day in 2017. This little sixgun is one of my most used. The bullet is a Lee 45-230-TC cast from one of their 6 cavity moulds with a charge of Promo Powder, 4 grains by weight. This is a very simple video for your enjoyment on this a late fall day.
The bullet from this mould is listed on the Accurate site as the mould maker’s favorite. Considering his expertise in the business I decided to try the 45-200E bullet. I’ve not been disappointed. I won’t list it as the most accurate but plenty so for field/truck carry. My first concern was its feeding so the […]
It was on this day 2017 that Lee Jurras stepped out into eternity. Those of you who are long time sixgunners know I held him in highest esteem. Lee did many things in his sojourning here. He was a lover of firearms, ammunition and all they could do. Lee and his friend George C. Nonte, […]
If you are a bulk shooter, casting your own bullets, you need a fast way to size and lube. Without such a way you will spend entirely too much time trying to provide ammo for yourself. Yes I know you can purchase bullets, but what fun is that? This is my San Diego Star sizer […]
After family, food and friends Barbara was ready for the easy chair and I was ready to get out for a while. I drove to the range with a rifle and sixgun for a little fun. This sixgun has been with me for many years and is the same age as my youngest daughter. It […]
Been a very rainy fall this year and the first day of winter was no different. After running a few errands about town I was hankering to get out for a while. I installed a new front sight on Barbara’s Remington 341-P & needed to take a few shots so out of town I went. […]
I purchased this old S&W a while back. It’s a pre model 10 and was shipped in ’48 or ’49. I wish every S&W sixgun had an action like this. The little gun is all original but for the stocks which are from a later model. In my earlier days I stayed away from the […]
I stopped by for a visit this summer. I hope you enjoy the video. Creeker
In my sixgun I mostly use plain base bullets, but I do shoot a few with gas checks. One of my favorites is the RCBS 38-158-SWC. I use it in my Ruger Blackhawk & S&W Model 28. These were cast with range scrape and I use Hornady checks. They make a pretty load and shoot […]
Shooting the .357 Magnum at one of my get away spots. I've owned this sixgun awhile but haven't used it a lot. It is a good shooter & hope to use it some through the winter.
I am honored with a place here to share a few things with fellow bullet casters, ammunition loaders & shooters. Thank you James. I was raised the son of a coal miner who was busy trying to feed & provide for his family so the two firearms in the family were used for small game […]