Some Awesome Holsters from an Awesome Homegrown company!… Read More Eclipse Holsters! An Awesome EDC Choice!
The Beginnings The M1A was designed by Elmer C. Ballance of the Springfield Armory Inc. in 1974. The AR-10 rifle was developed by Eugene Stoner in 1955 and was manufactured by ArmaLite. That’s right, the AR-10 is older than the M1A, you read it right. Confused yet? The M1A is the civilianized version of the… Read More M1A vs AR-10 Historic vs Present
Hi-Point firearms range day with Who Tee Who… Read More Hi-Point firearms range day with Who Tee Who
I did a little horse trading this past week and have another rifle on the way (which will be named later.) To put my Sightron S-Tac on it, I will need an AR height mount. I ordered a AR-Stoner Extended 1 Piece 30mm Cantilever Scope Mount from MidWayUSA for $49. I decided to go ahead… Read More AR Testing / Changes in Accuracy Using a MagnetoSpeed Chronograph
Just a few things going on, mostly good, but also a plea for a bit of help locating proper rings for the scope, which finally came in….anyway, hope you enjoy seeing the progress and have a great day!… Read More Weekend update on the Buffalo Rifle
This scope performed so well on my Super Blackhawk that a second one was purchased for my Bisley 41 Magnum. Let’s see how it does on the Bisley Beastie..!!… Read More The UTG 2-7X Handgun Scope On The Bisley 41 Magnum BHK: 3 Circles OPEN HOUSE ALL VIEWERS Video #52
I ordered a spring kit and a few parts that wouldn’t hurt to replace at this time, Just some maintenance on the M-1.… Read More The old girl need a little heavy petting.
Kourtney Decides which gun she likes better for EDC, the Glock 43 or The Glock 43X… Read More Best Gun for a Woman? G43 vs. G43x
Stretching out the little .380 pocket pistol from Ruger. I don’t do these video to “show off”, I fully realize that there are better shooters than me out there. Lots of em’! I do these just because it’s fun and I get to learn MY maximum range with my firearms.… Read More Ruger LCP – A MAN’S GOT TO KNOW HIS LIMITATIONS III
The .454 was loaded with 36 grains of H110… Read More Who Tee Who range day part 1
Who Tee Who Coffee Chat… Read More Who Tee Who Coffee Chat
So to finish where I left off, a discussion on Muzzle-Loading projectiles, loading tools and bullet choices…..… Read More Percussian Buffalo Rifle midgame Part II
Percussian Buffalo Rifle midgame Part 1… Read More Percussian Buffalo Rifle midgame Part 1
This is the first of the range videos starting with the Nosler bullet and 47.5 of IMR-4895. Not too bad for being rusty, most of what you see is me. I had one malfunction. (I believe that the en bloc clip retainer is worn and showing its age.) Overall a score of 155 out of a 160.… Read More M-1 Garand with the 168 Nosler J-4 custom competition bullet
Just a little catch up on what’s been going on.… Read More Having a Garand time. Video update.
Happy Father’s Day: 44-40 Winchester with 200gr Acme Bullets.… Read More Happy Father’s Day: 44-40 Winchester with 200gr Acme Bullets
Serbu RN-50 with a 29.5″ barrel checking the speed of 3 different rounds. M33 ball, Match and APIT ammo show their power on the targets.… Read More 50 BMG Chronograph Test
This video presents the second prototype of an experimental variant of the “standard pattern” muzzleloader equipped with a folding stock.… Read More Folding Stock Muzzleloader – Second Prototype
Got my neighbor into long range precision. So instead of a budget minded rifle he decides to go full in and bought a Barrett 98B. This is a long action rifle that is usually chambered in 338 Lapua. This one is in 308 Winchester and can be converted later to 338 Lapua. Out the box Accuracy at 1000 Yards is very impressive!… Read More Barrett 98B Tactical. 308 WIN – 1000 Yard Accuracy Out of Box – 168gr Hornady BTHP Handloads
This is a .32 S&W top break revolver built by Harrington and Richardson sometime between 1908 and 1913 according to my research.… Read More Harrington and Richardson Top Break .32 Short