Successful test of the 200 grain (206) 45 auto, cup hollow point. Expansion to .724 inches at the largest part with an average width over .700 inches from starting diameter .452. I used the denim bullet trap behind one gallon of water.
More testing in 308 Winchester with the 165gr Hornady GMX and AR-Comp.
James Jordan Buck is the highest scoring typical white-tailed deer ever harvested by a hunter in the United States
Today we’re examining my experiences with certain bullets that I think are unfit for hunting big game.
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Take 2 with Eastwood Mirror Red on Cast Bullets. Testing this powder coat out and seeing if it works. Powder coating bullets can be a lot of fun.
Today we’re comparing the Glock 29 vs. the Springfield XDM OSP Compact 10mm. Which one do you like better?
Testing a 210 grain cup hollow point on water jugs. You can see from the holes that it really expanded.
2021 Deer season! 30-06 DID THE JOB!!
Denim bullet trap test 2. Shooting two different, cast, lead, powder coated, hollow point bullets, into the trap, with good results. 45 auto hand loads shot from a 5 inch government model 1911. Bullet weights around 205-210 grains. Velocity around 800 fps.
Let’s take that precision reloaded 308 Winchester ammo loaded in Part 8 to the range, but first, we have to set the stage…and the Lee APP press as a possible precision reload press is on the line…This is Part 10 of a 12 Part Video Series on the APP Press
In today’s video we have some fun with an AK-47 Shotgun! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
This is a repost with additional information and new title as this subject is rather eye opening and not readily acceptable for many. In the interest of exploration and discovery, the hope is that others will test this out for themselves.
Casting with the Lee 358-125-RF
The first test of my new “Denim bullet trap” with cast lead, 230 grain round nose bullets. I manage to catch one bullet, though the others pass through. The idea is sound I just need to execute it better next time. Very interesting to see the 45 auto bullets pass through multiple layers of folded […]
Testing the 165gr Hornady GMX and SST in .308 Winchester with Alliant AR-Comp.
A look at my new Bergara B14 HMR in 6.5 Creedmoor.
I do an unboxing and shoot some German made 8mm surplus ammo from 1938. This stuff is straight out a time machine. For ammunition that is 83 years old, this stuff is amazing. Hope you enjoy the video and Thanks for Watching.
A Fun Shoot Around Day
Most tutorials on butchering focus on processing the hind quarters, but the front leg is actually the more difficult one to do because of its convoluted muscle structure. This video will help redress that imbalance, using the front leg of a moose for its example. Quite lengthy, this video shows the entire process in great […]
My first jug test shooting 45 auto, 230 grain, round nose, cast lead, powder coated bullets, from a 5 inch barrel 1911. Average velocity for these loads is 762 fps over the chronograph but most are around 775 fps.
A quick view of my homemade tumbler.
Knowing how to cut up a moose doesn’t just save on butchering costs; it also enables you – if the animal has to be hauled from deep bush – to carve it up on the spot first, so you can carry out lighter portions, instead of entire quarters at a time. This is a common […]
In today’s video we put the Glock through a fall festival of punishment! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!