In this video I go over a hack to add weight to my powder trickler to add some stability to it and make it easier to use. As always, I appreciate you watching and until next time, Have fun outside. The Big ManHere at The Big Man’s Outdoors, my family and I enjoy all kinds […]
A review of the XAegis Safety Glasses. I am very pleased with these glasses, and they are comfortable to wear.
I am continuing down the path of load development with the 300 Winchester Magnum. In this video I go over some handloads that I have made, give them a try at the range, and look at the results. Today we give Hodgdon H4895 a try with Hornady 150 grain Interlock bullets.
The kids wanted to shoot today… How could I not oblige them? Just a little video of some of the action. As always, thanks for watching, and until next time, Have fun outside. The Big ManHere at The Big Man’s Outdoors, my family and I enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities.. Hunting, Fishing, Shooting, Camping, […]
In this video I go through a process of slugging a barrel for my .45 ACP. This is my first attempt ever at this process. I am asking for help in verifying the process as much as anything else. Please take a moment and let me know it this is correct or if I have […]
In this video I go over a home made annealing machine lovingly called "The Pollard Machine".
In this video I test fire forming some 300 Winchester Magnum brass and also an idea I had for a bullet stop / catcher.
I am starting load development for the 300 Win Mag and I am not off to a good start. I talk about what I have determined and where I am going from here.
In this video I talk about some changes that I am implementing to my brass prep.
In this video I discuss load development and results for my 224 Valkyrie using Hornady 53 grain V-Max bullets, H4895, and PowerPro-2000-MR.
This is the first in my 300 Win Mag Load Development Series. I didn’t feel like making a video on this topic as there is not much to show at the moment. As I sit here and write this article, I am hoping that I will end it with my mind being made up. We […]
In this video I discuss the loads that I am choosing for taking the 224 Valkyrie out to longer ranges. I have been doing load development at 100 yards and I have found some consistent, repeatable loads that are grouping for me, and giving me the ballistics that I am looking for. I will go through these loads, and show some targets that I have shot with them.
I go over load development for the 224 Valkyrie with Hornady 75 gr ELD-Match bullets. For this round I use Varget, H4350, and H4895 powders.
Load development for the 224 Valkyrie with Hornady 88 gr ELD-Match bullets. For this round I use Varget, H4350, and Reloder-16 powders.
In this video I discuss a couple different topics: 1) Some changes to how my content is delivered 2) The Reloaders Network Multi-Authors Live Stream 3) Future content
In this video I go over load development for the 224 Valkyrie with Hornady 80 gr ELD-Match bullets. For this round I use Varget, H4350, and H4895 powders.
In this video I document my reloading process from beginning to end. I go though all of my current steps in reloading for the 224 Valkyrie. I also mention all the equipment that I currently use in my process. Hope you enjoy the video.
In this video I talk a look at the Hornady Factory Brass I that I got from the Hornady 88 grain ELD-Match ammo. The results were a little surprising.
In this video, I shoot the Hornady 88 grain ELD-Match bullets with Reloder-16 again. I wanted to do some verification on a load that I was seeing some decent results. I also had planed to shoot some other loads but it did not work out. So is life.
In this video I discuss load development and results for the 224 Valkyrie using Hornady 88 grain ELD Match bullets and Reloder-16.
Update on the 224 Valkyrie Federal Factory Brass after the fifth firing.
In this video I go over some results that I saw using different primers in load development. I was searching for a node at a particular velocity and not getting there with the primers that I have always used, so I thought I would switch up primers to see what difference that made.
I work through some load development with the Sierra 95 grain Match Kings using Reloder-16 and 85 gr Barnes Match Burners using H4350 and Reloder-16. Some results are good, some not so good.
While I was sorting out some issues with my 224 Valkyrie groups, the topic of neck tension came up, which also lead to the topic of crimping vs not crimping. I was talking with a couple of people on the topic. I currently do crimp my rounds for the 224 Valkyrie, but I wanted to […]