Sharpshooter USA Buckshot Moulds

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 […]

Choosing a Respirator for Bullet Casting

Choosing a Respirator for Bullet Casting About a year ago I received some bad news from a good friend.  A long-time bullet caster who had been to the Dr. for his annual physical; he was informed his blood had tested high for dissolved lead.  It’s a well established fact that lead not only causes neurological […]

Casting, Loading, & Shooting 250gr Coated Cast Lead Hollow Points 44 Magnum

Today, I show in this video the entire process from start to finish how I cast, powder coat, load, and shoot some 250gr coated cast lead hollow points in the 44 magnum. This is one of my "go to" loads for blasting milk jugs without much recoil.  These loads are perfect for maximum explosion with minimal recoil--great for those milk jug duels with the buddies.  Got questions?  Feel free to leave me a comment below, and I will do my best to answer it!

JT Bullet Moulds’ .670 Round Ball Mould

JT Bullet Moulds’ .670 Round Ball Mould Today I’d like to discuss a round ball mold I purchased from a small, independent manufacturer called JT Bullet Moulds.  The owner, Jeff Tanner, is located in England and produces these from solid brass.  What makes Jeff’s molds unique though, is that they’re essentially made to order in […]
Tacopocalypse VR

Casting (open fire), Pan Lubing (bacon grease), Reloading (.44 Magnum), and Range Time – my Tacopocalypse VR

This video is a VR to the Tacopocalypse challenge issued by Full.Lead.Taco. His YouTube channel recently crossed over the 2,000 subscriber mark and that prompted him to do a giveaway. Taco is one of the nicest and most generous guys you'll ever talk to, and he has some of the best prize options of any giveaway I've ever seen. This video features bullet casting over an open flame, making bullet lube from bacon grease, pan lubing, reloading, and range time with my .44 Magnum.

Bullet Powder Coating From Start To Finish

How I powder coat rifle bullets, from start to finish. Powder coat, water quench and gas check. John's Hand LoadingJohn has been shooting since he was a kid and is now a middle aged man. He likes shooting rifles and handguns, reloading, bullet casting and the outdoors. He believes in God, freedom and a good […]