Validating the 30-30 Winchester recipe suggested by Georgiaboy44 for "Glenda" - my Glenfield 30 lever action "Scout" rifle.
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 […]
Mark gives the XS Sights Lever Scout Mount a try on the Glenfield 30 with his favorite light .30-30 Winchester cast bullet load.
A pleasant February afternoon evaluating a 30-30 Winchester recipe suggested by Georgiaboy44.
Mounting the XS Sights Lever Scout Mount requires dressing down the mounting "jackscrew" that fits into the rear sight dovetail.
The rifle action has been cleaned and reassembled - moving on to preparations for mounting the XS Sights Lever Scout Mount.
While checking the forearm clearance around the XS Sights Lever Scout Mount, I decided to disassemble the action for a good cleaning. This was my first time taking a Marlin apart...
Sometimes the solution is simple - removing the magazine tube releases the pressure from the front cap, and allows the forearm to be lifted free!
Test fitting the XS Sights Lever Scout Mount on the Glenfield 30, and attempting to figure out how to remove the forearm for cleaning. Have a good laugh as I miss the obvious...
WCChapin | Glenfield 30 “Scout” – Part 1 | Taking a Look at the Rifle and XS Sights Lever Scout Mount
Revisiting a set aside Lever Action Scout Rifle project from a few years ago.
A short video talking about Rossi 92’s and a few things to watch out for when you are picking out one at the local shop. Super fun levergats! @243 Outdoors @Uncle Jim 2 @TinMan @OzarkSpirit ! @westcovinadodge @MCK@Jerry 1911 Full.Lead.TacoI love guns, tacos, and lead. I use the guns. The guns eat lead. And I […]
In this video I disassemble, clean and reassemble the Winchester 94 22 from my earlier video “Winchester Model 94 Conservation” Hopefully this will help someone who has one of these lever guns take care of it and not be afraid to deep clean it. John's Hand LoadingJohn has been shooting since he was a kid […]
Testing bullets with the Henry Big Boy X .357 and the Glenfield 30-30. Good chronograph numbers with my wounded chrono. Jerry 19112A On A Budget
A firearm with a tube magazine can fool you into thinking it has been unloaded when it’s not. This is an important safety issue owners of such guns should be made aware of, yet I don’t recall ever seeing it addressed by anyone, so I’ll do it. The rifle used in the video is a […]
Episode 9 – Concealed Taco Dudes Podcast – Shooting with a gunsmith, a holster maker, and the owner of magholder.com
In this episode, Taco and Jason sit down with Gene Tessier (gun smith) and Mark Housekeeper (magholder.com) to talk about their businesses and go shooting together. Jason breaks a nail shooting a revolver.
In this video I show most of the steps from start to finish on how I make one of my favorite milk jug exploding 45-70 loads. All the details should be in the video, but if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment here and I will respond as quickly as I […]
Leverguns offer much more than meets the eye, whether it’s for home defense, cowboy action, varmiting, big game hunting or just plinking around. Load them up full strength for serious work or tone them down for first time shooters, handloading only increases the efficiency of these excellent firearms. Did we mention they’re fun to shoot! […]
Patterning Remington XLR (Extra Long Range) #6 shot out of the Henry Lever Action .410 at ranges from 10 to 40 yards.
Testing .361" cast bullet diameter in the Marlin lever gun.
Testing .360″ cast bullet diameter in the Marlin lever gun. Coats Brothers Firearms
Here is my entry into the Taco 2000 subscriber drawing. Thanks to Full.Lead.Taco for encouraging us all to get out and experiment to see how we would continue our hobbies in the face of the demise of civilization as we know it.
Many of you have called me out for not following the owner's manual when it comes to loading my Henry rifles and shotgun. I do my best here to explain why I do it the way I do and I admit it's the wrong way but I don't plan on changing it.
In this video we recap The Reloaders Network videos that I watched this week.