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The first person to come closest (within half of an inch) of guessing the depth of penetration for each of these 44 Magnum loads will be sent (100 count) 1 box of 44 Magnum 180gr XTP Freedom Pills. Your comment must be submitted in the comment section of this video before the posting of the […]
Before announcing the recipient of the giveaway we have to start with the results: ...
This Volquartsen rifle was previously seen with a laminated stock. DM my brother found a HECK of a deal on a brand new Aluminum Chassis system made by Volquartsen and acquired it.
I split the video into two parts to allow range fans to get their votes in. Knowing the velocities may help you with your penetration predictions.
Excited to be able to test the Cutting Edge Bullets PHD 150gr 45ACP across the chronograph and into Clear Ballistics Gel. For the first time I test this round with a winter jacket over the top of the gel. What do you think of the performance?
We have been doing Full Auto Friday for a while! Today’s video is a compilation of the best Full Auto Fridays! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Table top and range review of the Taurus Raging Hunter in .44 Magnum.
Homemade steel target made from rectangular structural steel beam. I love to hear those steel targets ring so I figured I’d test this out on a video.
.22 WMR ballistics from a 3 inch barreled Ruger LCRx. The .22 Winchester Rimfire Magnum is a potent little cartridge out of a rifle but I wanted to see what it was doing out of my new Ruger LCRX 3″.
In this episode, the Idahoan fires .22 rimfire ammunition across a chronograph to measure its velocity, using guns with a range of different barrel lengths, and then compares its effect on various targets.
It's time to get started with reloading for the .22-250 Remington. My test rifle is a Remington 788 with a 26" Douglas barrel.
Trying out the 65gr MTH (Match/Tactical/Hunting) from Cutting Edge Bullets in .223 Remington. The test powders are IMR 8208 XBR and Hodgdon Varget.
Shooting the 77gr Berger OTM Tactical in .223 Remington. The test powder is VihtaVuori N540.
It's time for the 15th video in our Mk 262 cloning series. Today we have a look at Winchester StaBALL 6.5 and Shooters World Match Rifle.
The 14th episode of our Mk 262 Mod 1 clone series. Powders for today are Alliant Power-Pro Varmint and VihtaVuori N140. Test bullet is the 77gr Sierra Match King with Cannelure.
The 13th installment of our Mk 262 Mod 1 clone series. VihtaVuori N540 is the primary test powder but we also shoot some groups with Accurate 2520, IMR 8208 XBR, and AR-Comp. Test bullet is the 77gr Sierra Match King with Cannelure.
In this long and drawn out video, I go over a few things I tried to do to get my best group to date. I tested the 50gr V-Max bullets over charges varying from 22.2gr of Ramshot X-Terminator up to 24.0gr in 0.2gr increments. Although I’m slightly confused as to why i had such erratic […]
How I do my bottleneck case prep using my Frankentools
Here are the results from the first trip out with the Uintah Precision UPR-15 chambered in 224 Valkyrie. The UPR 15 is an AR-15 bolt action Upper that swaps with the push of two pins onto any standard AR-15 lower, but this rifle has the added accuracy benefits of a bolt action.
What can I say about the 22lr that hasn't been said before? It's soft recoiling, mild shooting and most of all it's "CHEAP, like the budgie". That, by the way, was a seriously underrated film! We show you how to get some cheap shoots while honing your skill and have fun at the same time!
Did you know that making that rifle shoot even better is just a screw turn away? With some time and effort you can do just that by adjusting the stock screw on the bottom of most rifles. By adjusting the INCH POUND torque you can increase or decrease the pressure relationship and harmonics between the barrel and the stock. We demonstrate the basic technique on a Ruger 10/22 but can used on almost any rifle which has the same form of stock attachment.
If AR-15’s are the Legos of the shooting world, then Ruger 10/22’s are the Barbies. The ease and availability of parts and accessories make this gun one of the most fun to customize. This time we put Adaptive Tactical’s barrel and stock to the test as we demonstrate some offhand and bench shooting in an attempt to demonstrate just how much fun assembling your own rimfire rifle can be!
Why I use snap caps in a rimfire…. it can save your chamber and firing pin!