In this tutorial we show you how to load rounds for your Cimarron Uberti and similar single action revolvers. This is a basic overview which will get your 45, 357 or 44 caliber gun up and running in no time. We focus on the 44-40 in this instance. Do you want to learn how to […]
When you rely on gear which may save your life, be sure to make sure it still functions. These things fell apart faster than Nancy Pelosi at a singles bar. mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain people in the shooting, handloading, and hunting sports. We aim to preserve and pass along our […]
Do you know what to look for in a used or malfunctioning revolver? We continue our discussion and this time show you how to ensure your revolver’s cylinder to bore alignment is correct. Do you feel like your revolver spits at you? Are you injuring people unintentionally on both sides of your lane at the […]
Do you know what to look for in a used or malfunctioning revolver? We continue our discussion and this time delve into diagnosing and repairing the Double Action Revolver Hand, or Pawl (depending on what company your working with). The hand is crucial in rotating the cylinder and lining up the next shot. Gun won’t […]
This time we go through and shoot a classic western revolver, the Cimarron Firearms Outlaw Remington 1875 replica made by Uberti. From smokeless to black powder, we put this revolver through its paces and see just how well it holds to specs and shoots. mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain people in […]
Do you know what to look for in a used or malfunctioning revolver? We continue our discussion and this time delve into diagnosing and repairing the double action trigger. Gun won’t stay cocked? Won’t shoot double action? We may be able to help. Don’t be scared, it’s easier than you think. mannyCAOur channel’s goal is […]
Do you know what to be on the lookout for in used revolvers? We go through and discuss headspace, cylinder fit, end shake and cylinder gap. Does your brass rip in half, does your cylinder have excessive play or are you getting hit in the face with powder when you shoot your revolver? We may […]
This time we look at what headspace is and why does it matter, we also discuss the importance of cylinder fit and how to diagnose and alleviate any cylinder binding or tightness. Does your gun bind up when shooting? Does your cylinder have excessive play or do you feel gunpowder on your face when you […]
We discuss the hows and whys of smoothing up your gritty, heavy, nasty, rocky road laced pull of a trigger on your single action revolver. Be it percussion, single action army European clone or Ruger, we walk you through the process on making YOU better at your sport. Don’t be scared, it’s easier than you […]
Due to popular demand and enormous fanfare we go through and discuss how to ream out the .36 caliber percussion revolver. You can do this, and if you can’t, then don’t! Don’t be scared, it’s easier than you think. mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain people in the shooting, handloading, and hunting […]
Continuing our series on how YOU can accurize your revolver, we go through and accurize our 22 revolver. A little forcing cone chamfer and your on your way to six gun precision. mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain people in the shooting, handloading, and hunting sports. We aim to preserve and pass […]
Continuing our series on how YOU can accurize your revolver, we demonstrate a quick and effective method to re align your double action yoke or crane. We also discuss what revolver “sing” is and why you need to check for it. In these days of auto loaders, having a little bit of knowledge about wheel […]
One of the hardest working, most reliable pistols on the market, the Ruger SR series of semi-autos don't have the best triggers in some cases. We go through and do a proper disassembly to help you smooth up and trouble shoot your firearm.
Continuing our series on how YOU can accurize your revolver, we do an in-depth profile on this iconic black powder revolver. Why are percussion guns given a bad rap? Because a few simple steps are left out of the production gun process.
We got some more Chinese optics for us economically challenged individuals! See how this one fares, or doesn't!
We do a shoot and see with our Remington 1858 Pietta Cap and ball percussion revolver we opened the cylinder throats and chamfered the forcing cone. Did we screw up the pistol or is accuracy improved?
We take a break from work and putz around with an iconic firearm from the past. The 1859 Sharps Carbine Pedersoli reproduction is a blast (literally) to shoot and load. This .54 caliber behemoth with a 475 grain bullet and 100 grains of black powder combine to get your attention. Twenty bone jarring shots and we're lucky we didn't hurt anything. Join us as we enjoy a day afield! It's like your here with us, but not really since we have limited parking.
The 45 Colt is one of those cartridges which reaches its full potential when you handload for it. Learn what to look for and where to go for answers when your gearing to cast, load and shoot this most versatile of six guns. mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain people in the […]
A quick tip to save you holy black shooters some pennies! So you can shoot more.
Most of the time this class of firearms are forgotten because of their tedious shooting techniques. We say never mind that and demonstrate the techniques which WILL get your black powder percussion revolver shooting like a laser beam. Funny how many of these things have WAY undersized throats and little to no forcing cones! A little work is all you need, knowledge is free (sometimes) and weighs nothing!
Perhaps one of the most overlooked aspects of revolver accuracy, the forcing cone is the bridge between the cylinder and the bore. We go through and demonstrate the ease at which chamfering your revolver forcing cone can greatly increase accuracy and make YOU a better shot! mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain […]
This time we examine powder effects on hull longevity in the 410 bore and the results may astonish you!
Do we have a treat for you folks this time! Feyachi Brands out of China had sent us a scope for testing. And boy did we ever! The paces we put this thing through would make a Night Force optic blush!
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