I took my wife, Lacey, to Double Barrel Ranch, just south of Spokane, WA. This was her first ever pheasant hunt. We did well, but to be honest we missed a couple birds. Either way, we had a blast and it was well worth the trip, we will definitely be going back. Vaughn Precisionhttp://vaughnprecision.com
The Stoeger M-3000 has had some issues, and it’s not just mine that’s having this issue. This is a common problem with the Stoeger M3000. There is however a very simple fix that will correct the M3000 extraction issue, all for under $35. The Benelli extractor and spring are far better quality and defiantly an […]
I hate to post this, but please beware! This website is a total scam (RoyalFirearms)! They can be reached in a far middle eastern country at 702-670-2043. Better yet, go to the website and get the address, then take a minute to Google Earth it…… They are ripping people off! I called them and confronted […]
We glass bedded the action on the Savage Model 11.
Today we set the headspace on the Savage Model 11 chambered in a 6.5 Creedmoor. This is very simple for the DIY’ers of the world, all you need is a few simple tools to do this in your own garage or reloading room. Vaughn Precisionhttp://vaughnprecision.com
Today we are installing a new muzzle brake on the Preferred Barrel blank. This brake is made by RCI (recoil control innovations). I like these brakes, especially for the price! So, let's get to some machining on the lathe and start turning down the tenon and threading the barrel.
I sold my sons Stoeger and just bought him this new CZ 1012 to compete with in sporting clays this year, first match is in 2 weeks. We put 50 rounds of RIO 1oz #7.5 down the tube, brought it home to clean it up and found this issue. Additionally, the modified choke was nearly […]
Today we are chambering the new Preferred barrel for the wife’s rifle. We are using a PTG floating reamer set up. This will be chambered in a 6.5 Creedmoor. We really take our time here, plunging in only .050 at a time then as we get closer to the final depth we plunge much less. […]
In this mini series I’ll be working over the wife’s Savage .243. We are swapping the barrel, installing an after market recoil lug, glass bedding, installing a new Arken optics scope, working on some load development and much more. I’ll be using some Peterson brass, Sierra 150 grain HPBT and testing out a few powders […]
We are reviewing the MEC Marksman Press after 2 Years! This is still an Excellent Press and I continue to recommend it to anyone who asks what press to buy. This press has thousands of rounds on it now and it’s holding up like a champ! Anyone who invests in a reloading press should surely […]
Today we are reloading the 6.5 Grendel round. This is a great little round, often referred to as the little brother of the Creedmoor. The Grendel has very low recoil and if you work up the right reload it can be very accurate! I’ve found that finding good components and using high quality tools like […]
We have been duck hunting here in our home state of Washington. Cody got his first duck and we were lucky enough to get this on camera. He also shot a goose but I was slow on the camera but we will be showing how we cook that in the near future! Cooking duck is […]
This is my newest edition, the MEC 9000GN progressive press where we will be taking it out of the box and setting it up. We walk though some of the basics on this video, the simple set up and functions. We will follow up with a part 2 where we will show some final adjustments […]
In preparation for the fall turkey season, we were out testing the Patternmaster Code Black Turkey choke tube with the Winchester Long Beard XR vs the Remington Nitro Turkey. We also tested the factory “turkey choke”. The factory choke was laughable at best, but the Winchester XR out of the Benelli M2 was perfect. Not […]
Today we tested out the Patternmaster Code Black Duck shooting the Federal Speed Shok 12ga 3” 1-1/4oz #4 steel shot. We shot them through the Benelli M2 and Stoeger M3000. I can say, I was impressed at the pattern they produced. Getting a pattern on the Birchwood Casey targets makes it easy to see where […]
This is the first real video for the new Shotgun Series, part 1. I wanted to start with something a little different, something that had a new and undiscovered technology vs the standard chokes that just constrict the bore of the shotgun. Pattermaster Code Black designed the Stud Ring for the choke, this eliminates the […]
Welcome to the new series all about shotguns, chokes and shotshell testing, reloading, hunting and more. Over the next few years we will be testing out the Patternmaster chokes and others, a huge variety and ammo and several shotguns. On top of that, we will be taking you along with us on several hunts for […]
To all who have followed me! I wanted to take a minute to thank everyone who has followed me here and on YouTube, to the folks who have prayed for my speedy recovery, to the folks who reached out and checked on me. You are the people who make this world a better place, my […]
2020 will be a new year, and one to remember! Looking at Tract Optics who, by the way, stood by me through thick and thin while I was recovering for months! They donated and helped support a scope giveaway to raise funds. These guys are awesome! I’ll continue to support a company who supports is […]
Good morning everyone! We appreciate all the comments, thoughts and prayers people have sent our way. Recovery has been slower than I expected, perhaps I expected to jump to my feet and be back to normal in a few weeks. That’s not the case, these things take much longer to heal unfortunately. I’ve been left […]
Curt Vaughn (Vaughn Precision) has asked me to pass on that he will be offline for the foreseeable future. He and a coworker were struck head on by someone driving under the influence, and they are lucky to be alive! That said, Curt is now facing months of recovery, surgery, and physical therapy. Please keep […]
Tract Toric UHD 12.5x50 binoculars are probably the best in class for the price! I wish there was a way to show you what they actually look like on camera. These pop with color, no distortion, clear to the edge and rugged. Now I've owned many pairs of binoculars but I've never been able to talk myself in to spending $2000-$3000 for a pair. When I got my hands on these for well under $1000, I was shocked at the clarity of them.
Check out the new Boyd's At-One Thumbhole stock. We were lucky enough to get out hands on this for the Remington SA~! We chambered this in a 243 and will be working on some loads in the very near future.
Good morning Reloaders! I wanted to take a minute to write up some of our plans for 2019 so you’ll all have an idea of what to expect! Some will be much like we do now while other ideas will be out of the norm for us though still very exciting! We are branching out […]