Ruger Redhawk 44 Magnum 7.5in Barrel Range Review Hammer Bullets 205gr Ballistics Gel Test mr.revolverguywww.dayattherange.com
A little over a month and 300 rounds through the Henry Big Boy X in 44 Magnum. Overall I really like this gun, but there are a few things that I didn’t like. I talk about the good and bad and do a little shooting as well. Thanks for Watching. KFWI enjoy all things outdoors […]
Trying out some CFE Pistol for subsonic loads in my Henry X Model with a Silencerco Hybrid 46. KFWI enjoy all things outdoors and gun related. I am a life long hunter and staunch supporter of self defense and the right to keep and bear arms. I am a Concealed Carry Instructor in the state […]
Shooting some sub sonic cowboy load in my Henry Big Box X model in 44 magnum with a Silencerco Hybrid 46 suppressor. This particular load is a Lee 200 grain cast lead and powder coated lead with Titegroup. KFWI enjoy all things outdoors and gun related. I am a life long hunter and staunch supporter […]
I did some reloading and shooting with my Model 29’s. I wanted to see how much difference in velocity there was between a 4 inch and a 8 inch barrel. After several tries, I was able to catch a 240 grain XTP bullet and did a little more shooting. My camera battery was fully charged […]
Trying out the Lee Collet Crimp die for the 44 Magnum. This die incorporates a collet to apply a rifle type crimp to the case. Thanks for Watching. KFWI enjoy all things outdoors and gun related. I am a life long hunter and staunch supporter of self defense and the right to keep and bear […]
A buddy of mine approached me after reading and seeing the info I posted online about getting the Taurus M44 44 Magnum to 1000 rounds. I knew it was not going, or shall I say I expected it not to be the greatest of conversations because it started like, “Please take no offense,” (which means […]
This video documents my attempt to develop a .44 magnum load using 55-grain .223 bullets in plastic sabots. TheIdahoanShowIdaho was one of the last continental US states to be settled and, more so than some parts of the US, the culture of Idaho still retains a frontier spirit of self-reliance. As host of TheIdahoanShow on […]
This video documents my first test of a 44 magnum load using a 38-caliber 124-grain bullet inside a plastic sabot with 26 grains of Alliant 2400 powder. TheIdahoanShowIdaho was one of the last continental US states to be settled and, more so than some parts of the US, the culture of Idaho still retains a […]
Giving my Initial Impressions of the 2021 Colt Anaconda in 44 magnum and a little follow up of the Colt Python with full strength 357 Magnum. mr.revolverguywww.dayattherange.com
Today we’re looking at Fort Scott Munitions “TUI”, or “Tumble Upon Impact” Rounds to see how fast they’re going over the chronograph, and whether or not they’d make a good bear load. Was my test too harsh? Put it in the comments! Alaskan BallisticsI’m just a regular guy who likes guns, hunting, and ballistics.
In today’s video I try out the S&W 629 Performance Center Snubby! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
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I put this 2 MOA Sightron SRS 2 reflex sight on my Smith and Wesson Performance Center .44 Magnum Hunter.
In today’s video I have some fun with the Smith & Wesson 329PD! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
A few out-takes from the previous video on exploring our new trapline, this focuses more on the aspect of equipping yourself with a handgun when in the Canadian bush. The Way to Native ChroniclesYou could say I’m a Christian of Calvinist bent, and not a crowd-follower.
A new phase in the history of this channel, we begin developing and using the trapline we have recently acquired. Located in the beautiful north country of Alberta, Canada, this video provides glimpses of the line’s character and our plans for building a log cabin on it. Also included are cold weather gear tips; the […]
Request to get the Ransom Rest back out with “The Ultimate Defense Revolver” had me out in the rain today. The things I will do for range fans. mr.revolverguywww.dayattherange.com
In today’s video Granger Smith tries out some of my Hand Cannons! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
With encouragement from Big E I decided to load up some 44 Magnum fast movers. But I wanted to make it a bit more interesting by testing these loads in a ported vs non-ported barrel. mr.revolverguywww.dayattherange.com
Evaluating Powder Coated, Tumble Lubed, and Lubrisized variants of the Ray Thompson Designed Lyman 429215 Gas Checked Bullet in .44 Magnum.
The techniques required for stopping animal attacks differ from the more common defensive shooting disciplines which focus on human threats. This is because, in the case of four-legged creatures, the target is low and moving very fast towards you. As a result, shooting from a standing position will tend to result in missing high, over […]
Looking to develop the ultimate Utilitarian 44 Magnum load. Notice I did not say the hottest 44 Magnum Load. This means to me a load that I can use for a broad spectrum of things self defense, plinking, hunting of course all using the right firearm. mr.revolverguywww.dayattherange.com
In the 1800’s two firearms chambered for the same round had a lot of merit. Today with the onslaught of black rifles (AR-15’s) from just about every firearm manufacturer, the lever action carbine has lost most of its popularity. If you do a simple search for home defense rifle, SHTF rifle almost all results will lead you to some sort of black rifle, or potentially shotgun. Though I love my AR-15’s and have become very familiar with them over the past 30 years, gaining most of my knowledge while serving in the United States Marine Corps, I still appreciate the benefits of the pistol caliber lever action carbine, or what I often refer to as the Discreet Urban Carbine.