I’m using the compact loading kit developed by James, along with Svarog Paradox slugs to make a couple slug loads. I was a beta tester for the loading kit, which James provided to me, as well as some of the slug components and tools. Others I bought. This intends to demonstrate the thinking and process […]
Stoeger M3K Freedom 2 3/4 Cheap Ammo Test. Testing out loads from 980 fps to 1239 fps in the Stoeger M3k Freedom 12 gauge shotgun out of the box. It says to put 100-200 rounds of high power rounds to break it in. I wanted to see if low powered rounds would work out of […]
Stoeger M3K Freedom First Look. Showing you the features and why I bought the Stoeger M3K Freedom 12 gauge. Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
Small and light, it’s a light and handy reloading kit for all 12 gauge shell making – all the equipment necessary to assemble shot loads and slug loads. Whatever components that can be scrounged and a shotgunner is in business whether at home or in the great outdoors… FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting videos on YouTube in […]
I got started reloading so that I could shoot my Saiga 12 more. The main thing I wanted was cheap, good slugs. Since then I’ve cast many thousand Lee slugs, and loaded a few of the Lyman Diabolo. These were always a compromise, since they are not bore riders. They are good, and I don’t […]
This is Part 2 of the latest on reloading the Russian slugs…these allow our many shotgun shooters to reload ammo that rivals factory slug in performance and accuracy. Previous domestic reload slug systems were jerry rigs at best… FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting videos on YouTube in 2012. He has been a Reloader and Shooter since 1969.
For users of the Russian slugs, this will be an updated review with new information. For new reloaders, this will be useful for those considering the reloading of their slugs. It’s about time for the State Of The Union on the Russian shotgun slugs… FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting videos on YouTube in 2012. He has been […]
The Tri Star Viper Max 12 gauge 3.5″ magnum shotgun might be right for you. In this video I go over the features at The Buffalo Rifle Range. Buffalo's OutdoorsIf you enjoy shooting firearms, this is the author for you! Especially if you like recreational shooting and reviews from a little different perspective. Buffalo loved […]
This video documents another experimental shotgun slug I came up with. I thought the flared base of the slug would provide stabilization, both from air drag and by acting as a flywheel when the round was fired through a rifled barrel or rifled choke tube, while the narrow core would provide low drag and good […]
The latest shipment of Svarog 12 gauge shotgun molds and wads just arrived! Included were some "Special wads" and the Paradox Molds. This shipment also included a new style of expanding slug mold, the "Botfly". We also now offer 16 and 20 gauge molds!
This video presents an idea I had for a new shotgun slug that might have offered some advantages if it could be produced, but turned out to be impractical to cast. TheIdahoanShowIdaho was one of the last continental US states to be settled and, more so than some parts of the US, the culture of […]
In today’s video we have some fun with a 12 gauge shotgun and a 10 gauge shotgun! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Will a rifled choke tube shoot Foster (aka rifled) slugs accurately? Buffalo's OutdoorsIf you enjoy shooting firearms, this is the author for you! Especially if you like recreational shooting and reviews from a little different perspective. Buffalo loved watching YouTube videos about firearms he was interested in, but felt like a lot of the channels […]
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 […]
Last summer, Svarog Bullet Mold company out of Russia reached out to me and asked if I would review their new slug mold called the Botfly. I’ve always been impressed with the quality and ease of use with the Svarog’s mold, so I jumped at the opportunity. When the mold came in, I jumped on […]
No better way to come out of Corona Virus Shutdown than to celebrate with great shooting supplies from Ballistic Products Inc and Midway USA…!! FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting videos on YouTube in 2012. He has been a Reloader and Shooter since 1969.
James (Loads of Bacon) at The Reloaders Network has created a 3D printed jig for effective joining of the Russian slugs with their proprietary tail wads. Alignment is essential to success with the Russian slugs, and this jig makes it easy. Let’s see what James has come up with…. FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting videos on YouTube […]
When our reload slugs look good, are solid, and rival factory ammo, we have the best chance at getting performance and accuracy. And the shotgun slug crimp is critical to the success of the ammo. Let’s discuss this feature and make a recommendation for a good road to success… FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting videos on YouTube […]
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As a follow-up to my oval-choke experiment, I tried making a shotgun barrel that tapers from a circular cross-section to a cross-shaped bore at the muzzle, as documented in this video. It didn’t end up working very well, but it was still an interesting experiment. TheIdahoanShowIdaho was one of the last continental US states to […]
The Aguila MINISHELL slugs are a lot of bang for such a small package. Buffalo's OutdoorsIf you enjoy shooting firearms, this is the author for you! Especially if you like recreational shooting and reviews from a little different perspective. Buffalo loved watching YouTube videos about firearms he was interested in, but felt like a lot […]
In this video, I made a 12-gauge barrel out of plumbing pipe and flattened one end of the pipe slightly to see if an elliptical barrel would produce an oval pattern. At the time I thought this was a new idea, although I’ve since found references to oval chokes being produced commercially. Nevertheless, it was […]