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In this video I take a look at Lee’s Breech Lock Reloader, single stage, C shaped press. I make some fake rounds and measure them for quality. I was pleasantly surprised with the results. Hope you find it interesting. TreeTopFlierI am retired USAF. I reloaded some as a kid, mostly shotgun, then stepped away for […]
I do an unboxing and shoot some German made 8mm surplus ammo from 1938. This stuff is straight out a time machine. For ammunition that is 83 years old, this stuff is amazing. Hope you enjoy the video and Thanks for Watching. KFWI enjoy all things outdoors and gun related. I am a life long […]
This is a podcast, so it is audio only. The podcast gives a little more insight as to the things I’m currently working on each week. If you want to listen on normal podcast clients, you can find the podcast pretty much everywhere. Full.Lead.TacoI love guns, tacos, and lead. I use the guns. The guns […]
Catching up with Stan and... Squirrel!
Today we sit down with Justin from Utah Air Guns to talk about all things airguns--and why they might be a great addition to your collection/prepping/practice!
What to buy now that everything's gone!?
The winner of the Great Grendel Giveaway BCA Barrel is...
US CARBINE CAL 30 M1 with Korean Surplus Ammo
A live chat about my ammo prepping box. Alaskan BallisticsI’m just a regular guy who likes guns, hunting, and ballistics.
Today, we take a stroll through the mind of Taco to explore light-weight subsonic ammo in the 300 AAC Blackout (why you'd ever want to buy a break action rifle or pistol, and the reasons why Taco seems to shoot so many rounds through his 300 blk firearms...) We also go through the design of the NOE HTC310-135-RN bullet mould, why it was created and where it came from.
(Part 4) In this series I show reloading with basic tools and provide information to help a beginner get started. The idea is to show that you can reload without expensive tools or a dedicated space. Here are a list of items you will see in the series.
Casting, Reloading, & Shooting 147gr 9mm Ammo
Primers. Old ammo. Casting Maxx Bear
Need help identifying some 7.62 x 39 Maxx Bear
In this video, I show how I make some light weight coated cast bullets for my break action 300 blk firearms. These suppress really well and are a hoot to shoot. This video was recently deleted from my Youtube channel because it had casting/reloading content. I’ve uploaded it to Vimeo so that it will still […]
Today I talk about one of my favorite "plinking" loads for the 500 S&W. I take the NOE 350 gr bullet mold and cast, coat, load and shoot some 500 S&W loads.
Reloading Ammunition with a Lee Precision Breech Lock Challenger Single Stage Press For reloaders on a budget, or who want to exercise the maximum degree of control over every cartridge processed, Single Stage presses are a great choice. In this article, we’ll be discussing Lee Precision’s Breech Lock Challenger Press. I’ll just take a moment […]
Reloading Ammunition with a Dillon Square Deal B Progressive Press For reloaders looking for maximum production speed, nothing beats a progressive press. Although you’ll certainly pay more for them than you would for a single stage or turret press, they’re by far the fastest type available. In this article we’ll be taking a look at […]
Reloading Ammunition with a Lee 4-Hole Classic Turret Press For my money, turret presses represent the best overall value both for new reloaders, as well as anyone with limited space. They’re easy to set up and use, can reload both pistol and rifle ammunition, have a decent rate of production, and they’re highly customizable, with […]
Link to the 44 mag bullet mold I was using: 44 mag mold Link to the 357 mag bullet mold Evan was using: .357 mag mold Link to the 45-70 bullet mold we were both using: 45-70 mold Link to the “legohead” bullet mold I talked about: legohead mold Link to video on making the […]
Reloading Ammunition to Save Money Having owned a firearms business for several years, I was (and often still am) mystified whenever I’d hear someone casually remark that “You can’t save money reloading ammunition.” Many gun shops are understandably reluctant to carry much stock when it comes to reloading for several reasons, not the least of […]