Lyman 356637 147gr 9mm with HP38 Velocity Test. Using my Canick TP9SFX to test these rounds. Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
WCChapin | Budget Brass, Bullet, & Blaster | Further Testing of the “Stepped” Powder Through Expander
Primed 45 Auto brass purchased at a recent gun show and second hand cast bullets from an estate make good "budget priced" components for testing the first run of the new Powder Through Expander.
There's been quite a bit of renewed interest in "stepped" expanding inserts for LEE Precision Powder Through Expanding Dies recently. @TinManReloading and I have been discussing some of the previously available and upcoming options - including the inserts that I have made in the past.
Tumbling up some 9’s today with my Frankford Arsenal Rotary Case Tumbler Lite and drying them with my Lyman Cyclone Case Dryer. 243 OutdoorsMy name is Josh and I love Firearms and Freedom. I started 243 Outdoors as a YouTube Channel back in 2015 and have branched out to other media sites.
How I improved my press! cwlongshot
Lyman 9mm 147gr on the Lee Loadmaster. Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
Lyman 356637 9mm 147gr Mold. Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
Today I am showing you how I trim brass. I use the Lyman E-ZEE TRIM Hand Case Trimmer Rifle Set that I made a slight modification to. After sizing it allows you to 1 Trim, 2 De-burr, 3 Chamfer, 4 Remove flash hole burr, and 5 Remove lube all while chucked in a drill. Much […]
I’m very humbled to receive such great mailcalls and support from all my Reloading and Casting family. You all are the best.
Reloading tools and supplies. Thank you Willie Bulletman. Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Cold, shaking & can’t see the sights. The last shots before heading home. The bullet is a Lyman 358429. Creeker
Hand dies, used by many benchrest shooters, need to be included in our reloading die series. LE Wilson is one of the first die makers that come to mind when hand dies are considered. Let’s look at the LE Wilson Micrometer Seater Die… FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting videos on YouTube in 2012. He has been a […]
Originally, this series was to be in 4 parts, and this would have completed the series. But by popular request, we need to expand the series to include our other popular die sets from Lee, RCBS, Forster and Dillon. This video is the reloading test with the Lyman die set. We’ve done Hornady, Redding and […]
Thanks for watching, a new Lyman Manual for the AR Platform treesablowinLove of God, Family, Country and 2A Supporter.
Chamfer and Deburr, Prep brass fast! Tips and tricks. elvis ammoGuns and gear. Ammunition, cast lead bullets, powder coating bullets, reloading, reloading equipment, Science and reviews!
We now offer an entire turret head stacking and storage system for the Lyman Brass Smith All-American 8 and Redding T-7 turret presses.
During these turbulent and stressful times, gun ownership, ammo buying and reloading have exploded with many new shooters in our midst. This is Part 1 of a new 7 part series on reloading dies from our world famous US manufacturers.
A quick look at an alternative handle from The Reloaders Network ThecrazyScotsmanI am a collector of Smith & Wesson Revolvers, in particular the Model 29 .44 Magnum and the Model 19 .357 Magnum. There is nothing like blued steel and wood grips my friends. I am a member of the Smith & Wesson Collectors Association […]
Tools for the Lyman 8 hole turret press.
The Reloaders Network Turret Wrench Andy79Z28
Lyman Trimmer Powered Up
3D printed Lyman Turret Head rack Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Reloading .270 Winchester on a vintage Lyman Ideal EZY-LOADER.
The start of my 7.62 X 54R cast bullet load development for the 1946 M44 rifle. This is part 1 of a multi part series. Using the Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook and hand cast lead bullets to find a load and fine tune it to get the best groups. Also a discussion of the limitations of the 4 MOA optic.