“TACOPOCALYPSE Giveaway” (How to Enter!)

"TACOPOCALYPSE Giveaway" (How to Enter!) - Like all of my giveaways, I require a little effort to enter.  This giveaway, due to the nicer options of prizes, will reward those who put forth more effort.  To enter, you must.... The winner will be able to pick one of the following 5 options: Keltec Sub 2000/RCBS Pro-Melt 2/6.5 Grendel Upper/Mauser Mod 98/NOE bullet mould w/Mould Mallet and Bushing Sizing Die
Summoning The Inner Redneck!

Summoning The Inner Redneck!

Alright guys, today I’m summoning the inner redneck in my video.  For the longest time, I’ve wanted to shoot a car or vehicle.  Nothing illegal, nothing violent, etc…  I’ve just wanted to legally be able to shoot a car/vehicle and see what different cartridges and rounds do.  Opportunities to do so have almost come to […]

Casting, Loading, & Shooting 250gr Coated Cast Lead Hollow Points 44 Magnum

Today, I show in this video the entire process from start to finish how I cast, powder coat, load, and shoot some 250gr coated cast lead hollow points in the 44 magnum. This is one of my "go to" loads for blasting milk jugs without much recoil.  These loads are perfect for maximum explosion with minimal recoil--great for those milk jug duels with the buddies.  Got questions?  Feel free to leave me a comment below, and I will do my best to answer it!

Making Heavy 160gr Subsonic 9mm Ammo (Casting, Reloading, & Shooting)

For today's video we do a little casting, powder coating, reloading, and finally shooting for some 160 gr heavy subsonic ammo.  For the casting portion, I utilize the NOE 358-155-TC-AS5 bullet mould which was designed with a longer tapered nose to allow long seating bullet--which in turn leaves plenty of space inside the 9mm case for powder. I shoot the ammo in a few different suppressed firearms including my 9mm AR15 and glock 19. A very quiet, but hard-hitting subsonic load which smacks the steel quite nicely.