Testing Shooters World Buffalo Rifle with cast bullets in 7.65 Argentine Mauser.
Last Fall, the powder coated plain base NOE 314-162-FN cast bullet showed promise in my 1891 Argentine Cavalry Carbine. I prepared more bullets to try in the 1891 Argentine Engineer Carbine, along with a small batch of powder coated Lyman 311291 cast bullets.
The first time out with the 1891 Argentine Cavalry Carbine - comparing the NOE 314-155-FN in lubrisized and power coated forms.
Cleaning the 1891 Argentine Cavalry Carbine in anticipation of getting it to the range for initial testing!
Taking apart an 1891 Argentine Cavalry Carbine for cleaning and parts replacement.
Another round of testing the Lyman 311413 in the 1891 Argentine Engineer Carbine - this time with increased powder charges.
Further evaluation the pointy Lyman 311413 cast bullet in 7.65x53 Argentine Mauser, fired at 25 yards from two additional rifles - my 1891 Argentine Long Rifle, and everyone's favorite Argentine Mauser - Dirty Tina.
Evaluating the pointy Lyman 311413 cast bullet in 7.65x53 Argentine Mauser, fired at 25 yards from my 1891 Argentine Engineer Carbine "Strange Blue".
Small defects in the case head surface, and even the headstamp itself, can affect comparator measurements.
Trying out the Lyman 3118 cast bullets that Mike Treen sent to me in the 1891 Argentine Engineer Carbine.
The first trip to the range with my 1891 Argentine Engineer Carbine with a pitted bore.
The first shots fired from an 1891 Argentine Engineer Carbine with a pitted bore.
You're an Engineer's Carbine with worn out blue, The lands of your bore are pitted too... It's true... Now what am I to do? Strange blue, kill what's inside of you.
My Son received a package from Bigfoot!
May 11, 2019 - A blustery, overcast 200 yard Military Rifle Competition with Iron Sights!
A quick pre-match visit to the range to verify adjustments that I made to the front sight of my 1891 Argentine Mauser "Dirty Tina".
Live Stream Range Time with the 1891 Argentine Mauser "Dirty Tina".