A hunting chat and then the audio from Taco's top 10 firearms gratitude list.
We go through and demonstrate just how frugally you can load and shoot this father of all revolvers, and shoot it a lot! Don't let the high price of rounds scare you away from this beast of a firearm, let the recoil do that instead!
Increase your revolver's accuracy with this one simple trick. Reaming out your revolver's cylinder throats to your bullet size can shrink your groups, improve your scores and make you miss less. Use this definitive guide as an instructional tool which applies to any caliber.
One of my older videos on a warm day in 2017. This little sixgun is one of my most used. The bullet is a Lee 45-230-TC cast from one of their 6 cavity moulds with a charge of Promo Powder, 4 grains by weight. This is a very simple video for your enjoyment on this a late fall day.
ha ha ha, I didn't forget that it was a new month and time for a new haiku!
1st Post – I have been lurking for a while, and have had some posting rights for a while now, now that life has slowed a bit, I am making some time to begin sharing with the community. First off, I have had a YouTube channel for some time; a rather amateurish channel, going on […]
R.P.P. offers these aperture sights for the Henry and Marlin lever action rifles.
First shots with the new Savage Axis II XP and a new addition to the rifle. Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Did a retake of my first ladder test. I was more comfortable and changed my setup to get better shots.
What is this craziness? What in the world is going on here? 4.7gr of some kind of powder seems like a 40S&W load to me. Winchester or someone please speak up on the thought process of developing this load. mr.revolverguy
What you get and what you need to use it. Thunder Tactical is also known as Thunder Guns LLC or TG. Maxx Bear
Tagged by John Fazer to show my EDC at home and in the truck. Tagging Eagle Eye Shooting and The Crazy Scotsman. Jerry 19112A On A Budget
After making the first video of 10MM chamber support, there were a lot of questions and requests for additional pistols included. After two years unfortunately I was able borrow a few pistols to fulfill the request. Your requests do not fall on deaf ears and I do try to answer all of the questions. By the way, you are going to want to stick around to the very end, probably the least expected winner and ending!!!!!!
Showing what components I used to load Lee Drive key slugs & I’m done modifying the Ithaca model 37 Maxx Bear
Thanks for watching A friend brought up his new never fired SCCY, we had nothing but problems. It just wouldn’t feed right. It looked liked the nose of the bullet was nose diving. Tried several different loads and nothing would work reliably. The 147gr seem to work the best. Trigger was gritty and not very […]
As much negative press and pressure there is on the 2nd Amendment, it seems major journalism is embarrassed to even call shooting a sport, let alone announce there are people that are law abiding and enjoy it. It can be very exciting to introduce new shooters to our sport, even better extending your shooting circle […]
Shooting some of my ACME bullets that I reloaded.
Top 10 firearms related things I'm grateful for!
On this day of Thanksgiving I would like to wish all a day full of joy and moments to cherish for a lifetime. Take this day and rejoice in all the things you have to be thankful, and give all that praise to Almighty God. mr.revolverguy
Today on Kentucky Ballistics we have some fun with the S&W Model 610 10mm and S&W Model 629 44 Magnum! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Savage 110 Tactical .308 Winchester updated with Nikon scope, Weaver rings, eBay muzzle brake, 5 round PMAG and AVAWO 6-9 inch bipod. Accufit stock inserts added and review of accuracy including targets from 100, 200 and 300 yards. John's Hand LoadingJohn has been shooting since he was a kid and is now a middle aged […]
Today we sit down with 2 guests who helped out with a women's range day activity.
Trying out the Lee 365-125-2R that MCK sent out to try. Using Starline Brass, Titegroup powder and CCI primers.
What can I say about the 22lr that hasn't been said before? It's soft recoiling, mild shooting and most of all it's "CHEAP, like the budgie". That, by the way, was a seriously underrated film! We show you how to get some cheap shoots while honing your skill and have fun at the same time!