Making Some 45-70 Blastin’ Loads w/ 350 gr Coated Cast Hollow Points!

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 can! Go have some fun!

Link to the bullet moulds used:
http://noebulletmolds.com/NV/index.php?cPath=42_506

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Eagle Eye Shooting
Eagle Eye Shooting

I remember this! One of your best videos. Looking at that mold for 450 bushmaster

Scott F.
Scott F.

Some fun shooting….Good stuff….

NickJ
NickJ

I love what your doing. This is a GREAT good bye to YouTube !!

Jerry 1911
Jerry 1911

You guys made it rain! One of these days I’m going to have enough pennies saved up, and then maybe I’ll be able to afford a NOE mould. Those HPs looked beautiful. And of course the 45-70 will put the smack-down on water jugs! Fun video, Mike, thanks for sharing

CharlieBrassStuffer
CharlieBrassStuffer

Enjoyed this one! Mean looking round! Need a picture of you in a sombrero and two crossing bandoliers of that round on your chest.
A couple questions though…Have you recovered any rounds from the jug’busts? Did they mushroom well and retain their weight? What is the Pb blend?
I know…technical stuff when your trying to have fun…but…I like the technical side too.

Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider

Nice vid FLT! You should definitely work on your victory dance…

funigui
funigui

I feel like it’s been ages since I’ve seen a video like this. YouTube hates them now, I get it but it was just what I needed on this Friday morning.

Taco, what alloy do you use on those bullets? I think I’m going to bust out my 459-354 mold and I think I’m going to try and harden up the melt a little next time. I normally use straight wheel weights (clip-ons) but I was concidering adding a little antimony.