The Reloaders Network Give Away
The RTS Tactical Ultimate Tactical Bundle consists of a premium plate carrier, 2 AR500 armor plates along with Blackhawk brand knee pads, elbow pads and gloves.
Today we're taking a look at the "NAS3 Two-Piece Shell Case Technology". Do they work? Will they work with cast bullets? Stick around to the end for details on a giveaway!
3 months ago I posted a video about "My New Mobile Bullet Casting Bench". Today I finish the upgrades. I added the NOE Lead Pot Mould Guide. I also added ventilation for my casting pot.
I originally wanted a bullet mold which I could use to cast a heavy 300blk bullet which was easy to cast, coat, load, and shoot for plinking in my 300 blk AR15 at subsonic speeds. I tried a few of the already available molds but had feeding issues, undersized issues, boat tail issues, or issues […]
I haven't been able to do any bullet casting, reloading, or make any trips to the gun range in about 3 months. I finally had a chance to do all three, so I grabbed the mold for one of my favorite bullets, the Lyman 429421, which is Elmer Keith's famous bullet for the .44 Special and .44 Magnum.
KFW YouTube 600 Subscriber Giveaway I am giving away 2 packages: Package #1 : Lyman Ideal Press Package #2 : NEBO Flashlight Package Rules to Enter: #1 Be a subscriber to my YouTube Channel. #2 A VR or comment about the future of firearms/reloading content on YouTube. Please post a link to your VR or […]
I have always used card tables or other temporary tables to do my bullet casting on. I have now upgraded to a dedicated bench, and this one comes with storage for all of my bullet molds and other casting gear.
Several months ago I bought two pistol uppers - a 10.5" .458 SOCOM and an 8.5" .300 BLK. This is a function check and the first shots fired from my new AR-15 pistols.
Several years ago, I purchased a lightly used brushed-chrome model of the Desert Eagle handgun chambered in 50 Action Express. Finding the .50 cal bullets for it has been tricky at times–other times it has been quite expensive. To save money and to not be reliant on bullet availability at the local or online shops, […]
I want to take time to thank each and every one of you for being a part of this! This has been a crazy and exciting few years.
Casting (open fire), Pan Lubing (bacon grease), Reloading (.44 Magnum), and Range Time – my Tacopocalypse VR
This video is a VR to the Tacopocalypse challenge issued by Full.Lead.Taco. His YouTube channel recently crossed over the 2,000 subscriber mark and that prompted him to do a giveaway. Taco is one of the nicest and most generous guys you'll ever talk to, and he has some of the best prize options of any giveaway I've ever seen. This video features bullet casting over an open flame, making bullet lube from bacon grease, pan lubing, reloading, and range time with my .44 Magnum.
I go through the entire process of casting, powdercoating, loading, and shooting some hard cast round nose bullets using the high quality NOE bullet mold for my 10mm handguns. I had wanted a round nose bullet for 10mm plinking loads. Something that would feed simply and flawlessly in each of my 10mm handguns and carbines. This bullet mold seems to do the trick.
Testing out the Deflector Brake, which is a disposable, peel, stick and press accessory for AR-15s. It absorbs some of the energy of ejected casings and reduces the speed and distance the brass travels. It minimizes damage to the brass which increases the reliability and efficiency of reloading, and it deflects spent brass forward and away from the shooter making AR-15s safer for left-handed shooters.
I previously cast up some round balls to load into my .44 Magnum, .44 Special, .45 Colt, .45 Auto, .357 Magnum, .38 Special, 9mm, and .380. Now it's time to get them powder coated. I also load the initial test loads of .44 Special with Unique and Trail Boss.
The Lyman 358311 RN description: 358311 Standard bullet for revolvers using .38 S. & W. Special and .38 Colt Special Cartridge. These two wide bands are strong and hold the rifling well. Case should be slightly crimped in bevel groove. (PlainBase, RoundNose, 158gr. – Top Punch is 311) The Abused Mould This is the shape […]
For all of you who need a little fart load for a squirrel... or maybe a mouse?
My new backyard handgun range.
Taking a quick look at a brass catcher designed to be mounted on Picatinny rails, especially for AR style firearms.
"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
Assembling two AR pistol lowers. One of the lowers is the Foxtrot Mike Products .45 ACP FM-45 lower receiver, and the other is a "standard" AR-15 lower receiver I picked up from Palmetto State Armory.
It's cold outside. YouTube has given my channel its second strike and I'm not allowed to upload anything to their servers for a couple of weeks. Should I curl up in front of the fireplace and wish for warmer days? Not hardly! There's hog hunting, new firearms, and plenty more going on...
Insight Freedom tagged me in his video. Here’s 6 of my guns I wouldn’t want to part with! Spoiler Alert! Fudd Warning!!? May God bless you all, and thanks for watching.
I have observed the phenomenon over the years, after spending many hours perfecting a consistent load for a firearm, of what seemed to be random flyers from otherwise tight grouping ammunition. I have also noticed that having cartridges that exhibiting near zero runout, occasionally throwing flyers. What can the cause of this problem be?