Match Grade Machine sent over a Thompson Center Encore Pro Hunter with one of the many custom barrels they make. This one is in 450 Bushmaster. Hunting season is opening up soon and this lethal combination may just put this rifle in your pack and bag you that trophy elk or buck.
The cast bullet for this 9mm is a from an NOE TLC357-135-RF RG2 mold. This mold comes with 3 pin sets. One for flat points making 140gr bullets, one for shallow points – 135gr, and one for deep hollow points – 126gr. All bullets shot today where cast with air cooled wheel weights measuring roughly […]
From my previous video, I found a way to use a small FPV camera to transmit a low 100ms Delay streamed image of your target. Here is a perfect demonstration of why this would come in handy for those who shoot long range or ELR. Eagle Eye ShootingInnovation in the Arcane Art of Reloading… Lets […]
Looking For A Cheap Long Range Target Camera? After hands-on testing a few target cameras, I was very dis-impressed with the quality let alone how much they are charging for them. I set out to see what options I can come up with by putting my electronics background to use. Here is Solution #1 as […]
Testing out the STS 1000 target camera system. I will be comparing this system with the SME Bullseye as well as share a DIY kit that beats both in price and quality. Eagle Eye ShootingInnovation in the Arcane Art of Reloading… Lets gather ideas, thoughts and join my journey with me to find that accurate […]
Reaching warp speed in a 356 bullet...These zinc bullets where sent to me by Andy79Z28, a fellow adventurer in zinc casting. I managed to do a small load work up using these bullets in the 350 Legend. This also demonstrates the 350 Legend capabilities with lighter bullets. This SBR 350 Legend build is a 11.5" barrel. With these bullets loaded up with 24.3gr of H110 I was able to achieve acceptable accuracy and remarkable speeds. Even an impact at 425 yards. It goes to show, ZINC WORKS!
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What is your money buying you in the precision department? For the past few months I’ve been hard at work testing… and testing… and …. testing rifle loads, techniques and tools. I’ve concluded in this video summary below what has seemed to work for me and over 20 different rifles. As this video summary is […]
Re-verifying a new powder charge and load for my 6.5 CM. I wanted to see how it still holds up in groups long range. This rifle has over 2.5K rounds down pipe. Though there is a significant amount of throat erosion, this rifle still drives them in there.
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!
Still trust factory ammo? How about eliminate some potential dangers by consistently loading your own ammo.
A pure Sand Bullet Trap... What will be the first caliber to penetrate through this 15" bucket of sand at 100 yards? Guess correctly and be entered in a drawing for a free... (Taking guesses thru Friday, drawing on Saturday)
A perfect way to end a long work day… Weather opens up to a beautiful afternoon. Zero wind. Good visibility. Perfect opportunity for my son to reach out with his TC Compass with the new 180gr Nosler BT developed round. Without chronograph numbers I estimated these 180gr Nosler Accubond bullets to be traveling around 2580 […]
Unlike my previous TC Compass in 308 (which I sent in for repair and returned replaced), my load work ups are showing good results. Keeping the groups to 3 shots due to barrel temp on this pencil barrel, I was able to produce nearly a half MOA group with a 180gr Nosler BT bullet. And the chronograph....laugh all you want because I was. This chronograph lasted 5 hits and has paid itself off with lots of load data collected.
My son actually hit this target yesterday on the 6th shot. Today's range conditions really turn breezy with 20 to 25 mph gust winds. Surprisingly the 168gr ELD's are holding up pretty good!
This New Cartridge Is Actually Cheaper Than I Thought Usually it seems when a new cartridge hits the market prices are through the roof. It’s actually exciting to see that manufacture like Winchester and now Federal Ammunition are offering factory loaded ammo for about the same cost of 9mm steel case. As of right now […]
A 10$ Accessory To Improve Accuracy? Almost sounds like the typical TV advertising, “This will change your life! Get it now for $19.99!” But wait there’s more…. Well there is more to this little part that slips over your barrel. Understanding barrel harmonics is science rocketry/gun alchemy. My basic understanding of sinusoidal frequency and resonance […]
The 350 Legend Eats Taco’s! If y’all haven’t seen the unlimited humor of Uncle Jim on his channel, you’re defiantly missing out. Well, he sent a huge assortment of bullets to feed this SBR. In this test I’m going to see how well an NOE 360-183 GC bullet feeds and shoots. The Rifle Build… […]
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Glass & Pillar Bedding – Improves Accuracy? – Accurizing The Mossberg 100ATR – Budget Precision Rifle Build
Does Glass and Pillar Bedding Make a Difference? Can it turn a $180 rifle into a precision long-range rifle?
A great day with Chicken Hawk as we take the Norinco SKS iron sights out to 507 yards, as well as a couple of AR15s. Shooting in 20 - 25 MPH gust winds.