A couple times a year I shoot sporting clays. I have been using a Mossberg 500 12 ga to date, but have been admiring the over and unders and Benellis that many of the shooters gravitate towards. I’ve never been one to follow trends, but often there is a reason those accomplished in a field […]
This is my response to KFW's tag of Peck's 2A America's Summer vs. Winter Carry Video. Hope you guys enjoy it, thanks for watching. Happy New Year, and I hope God blesses you all real good!
The cylinder throats on my EAA Big Bore Bounty Hunter .45 Colt revolver measure .4565". The factory lead bullets are smaller than that which leads to leading and inaccuracy. I decided to reuse the components of some factory ammunition I had on hand, but improve the performance in my revolver with my own cast bullets which measure .457".
I tested a couple different loads in my EAA Big Bore Bounty Hunter single action for accuracy. These were loaded with Alliant Unique. It appears the larger bullets will help to increase accuracy in this particular revolver.
I tested several different cast bullets in my EAA Big Bore Bounty Hunter single action. I loaded these with Alliant Unique and Alliant e3 powder. I am trying to determine if larger bullets will help to increase accuracy in this particular revolver.
I finished the grips and changed the springs on my EAA Corp. (European American Armory) Big Bore Bounty Hunter. This revolver is a .45 Colt with a 4 3/4" barrel. (It's advertised to have a 4.5" barrel, but that is incorrect.) I covered the grips with a combination of tung oil and beeswax.
I recently purchased two molds from Arsenal Molds.
I recently purchased the EAA Corp. (European American Armory) Big Bore Bounty Hunter in .45 Colt with a 4 3/4" barrel. (It's advertised to have a 4.5" barrel, but that is incorrect.) It promises to be a fun gun, but note the large chamber sizes.