We are loading up two different loads in the all time favorite steel shot hull. That’s right, the Remington 3″ straight wall hull. It’s the same as the 2 3/4″ hull only it is 1/4″ longer so you can do more with it. We hope you enjoy this installment of Hull of the Week. OK […]
Today we are going to do some research together. If you are like me and always wondered which sixteen gauge factory steel shot load was better patterning, what the wads looked like, and what the pellet count is in the payload, then stay tuned! The Sweet Sixteen Steel Shot Shootout is coming up! OK Shotgun
We are going to load my favorite steel shot hulls of all time. These have always loaded up and cycled the best for me in everything I own. I hope you enjoy the video. OK Shotgun
In this video, I pattern-tested all four of the loads from previous videos. The 16 gauge steel load and the bismuth load could stand a little more choke. Maybe next time I will remember to grab the chokes. In this video, my beautiful and talented wife makes her Youtube debut. OK Shotgun
Dove Season is upon us in just a couple weeks. With the push of non-toxic shot materials, we need to adjust to be able to hunt on public land. Here is a simple load that is effective on dove and quail that will solve that problem. OK Shotgun
In this installment of our Shotgun components series we will look at the wads and the various ways we can make them better!
In this video we will discuss various types of shotgun powder used in reloading. We will discuss fast and slow burn rates, as well as Drams equivalent. OK Shotgun
We are going to discuss shotshell primers and why it is always best to stay with published load data. OK Shotgun
In this video we are going to be reloading #4 steel shot for the 16 gauge.
In this video we are going to be discussing different type of shotshell hulls and how to identify what type you have. OK Shotgun
In this video we are going to see just how easy it is to load bismuth shot. Bismuth is soft like lead, yet non toxic and environmentally friendly. You can use lead shot wads to load bismuth; since it is a soft shot it is barrel friendly especially for older classic firearms.