For today’s video we have some fun with four of the most powerful AR-15s in the world! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Hey guys, I would like to start my contributions to The Reloaders Network by answering the common questions I get asked regarding the Uintah Precision UPR-10. It is a bolt action AR-10 upper, mine is chambered for 6.5 Creedmoor. The questions I am most often asked are; Why a bolt action AR-10? Why are they so expensive? Why would I buy this when I can buy a Ruger Precision rifle for the same price?
A tool similar to Quickload but for free.
Back in June 2019, a new internal ballistics simulation program became available to the reloading community, it is known as Gordons Reloading Tool (GRT). It was announced on TRN by Marcus of Wiederlader TV in the TRN post just below this paragraph. I had been using a similar program known as QuickLoad, but was very […]
What happens when Wyoming has a long winter and Steve is locked up in his shop for way too long? He puts together an awesome gun, that’s what! This one is a TC Contender with an EA Brown barrel chambered in 22 Mag. This could be the perfect rifle for our 500 yard rimfire zombie. […]
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 […]
Hello fellow shooting sport enthusiasts! My name is Mark Heyboer, and I have been involved in the shooting sports for my entire adult life, that’s about 40 years worth! In my spare moments I am also an inventor that must improve on everything I do. I have many things to share, but my latest […]
Smith and Wesson is of course known for the 44 Magnum. Dirty Harry is said to have made the 44 Magnum the success it is today, even though he used a 41 Magnum in the movie. Sorry for the spoiler. This 629-4 is 1 in 500 made, Slab sided barrel, magna port, integrated scope rail […]
This afternoon as I was wandering around SHOT Show I received a message from James Pollard on Slack stating, “Please see what you can find out about the new 350 Legend cartridge and if anyone is making it available for the AR platform.” I had not yet heard of the 350 Legend, but I quickly […]
A couple times a year I shoot sporting clays. I have been using a Mossberg 500 12 ga to date, but have been admiring the over and unders and Benellis that many of the shooters gravitate towards. I’ve never been one to follow trends, but often there is a reason those accomplished in a field […]
Sharpshooter USA Buckshot Moulds Casting your own buckshot is one of the simplest and most economical ways to save money as a reloader, particularly if you’re a big shotgun fan. That being the case, why don’t more people do it? There are a number of reasons, but the biggest factor is probably that there just […]
The brand new Uintah Precision UPR-15 chambered in .224 Valkyrie has arrived! I have received the brand new UPR-15 upper from the Utah based company Uintah Precision. The UPR-15 is the second offering from the company; it is a bolt-action complete upper for an AR-15 patterned rifle. With the push of two pins you can […]
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.
First shots and my thoughts on the Bear Creek Arsenal Glock 17 threaded barrel.
In this video we push our velocities higher with a load test with the Hornady 147 ELD-M and Alliant Reloder 26 in 6.5 Creedmoor.
A quick look at the SB Tactical SBA3 and SBA4 pistol stabilizing braces.
In my last article, I wrote about the age-old process of pan-lubing cast bullets to improve accuracy, and reduce barrel leading. Many folks who pan-lube opt to purchase their lubricants– and there’s nothing wrong with that. Many companies like Lyman, RCBS, White Label and Dragon Lubes produce excellent quality products that do a fantastic job; […]
In this video we perform a load test with the Hornady 147 ELD-M and Alliant Reloder 26 in 6.5 Creedmoor. We use Quick load software to come up with the load data used and compare our results to what Quick load predicted. We show velocity and group data at 100 yards. None of the Load data used in today video is from a published source. We do not recommend using any of the data. For entertainment purposes only.
After years of using an old Black & Decker 425 Workmate as a steel frame for a 1 1/2 inch thick plywood top (two 3/4 pieces glued and screwed together) for my portable reloading bench, I decided it was time to build a new one. While the 425 model does a fine job supporting my […]
Discussing the Performance Center Shield that a friend of mine picked up a few days ago.
Bringing you along as I sight in Project: Commie AR15. This is an AR47 built with a Bear Creek Arsenal complete 7.62x39 upper.
Best Free Reloading App – Reloading Assistant I originally published this video to You Tube on June 18, 2016. I thought this video might be helpful to some and wanted to repost it here. This app has helped me many times over the last couple of years. It takes all the published load data that […]
Our Ruger American prefits are a drop in design to take your Ruger American bolt action rifles to the next level. We offer custom length, twist rate, chambers, fluting and threading options. Our match barrels offer great accuracy and precision. We have upgraded the barrel nut design to easily be removed and installed with our […]
Shooting the 38 Spl +P, solid nose (RNFP), 1:40 alloy with a BHN of 8.0 into Clear Ballistics Gel from my Ruger LCR.