In this episode, Jason and Taco go onsite to the Tacware headquarters and talk with the owners about the cool stuff they sell. We also squeezed out of them a nice coupon code for their site!
Episode 6 – Concealed Taco Dudes Podcast – NRA Problems, Chocolate Taco Cookies, and Future Gun Builds
In this episode we talk a quite a bit about what we've been doing with guns lately, some future gun projects and builds, and how to still fight for the second amendment rights while the NRA is having issues. And we eat some chocolate taco cookies all the way from Chicago.
In this episode Jason and Taco ramble about special purpose guns which include shower guns and trunk guns.
Episode 4 – Concealed Taco Dudes Podcast – The Sig P365 XL (Because the Xtra “L” makes all the difference)
Today we give Carl a hard time about getting lost and missing last weeks episode--and we review the Sig P365 XL.
This week we head out to the LakeShore Gentleman's Club to dip our feet in the world of 3-Gun competition.
You're shooting what kind of ammo!!?? Today we talk about a few odd calibers/wildcats, why on earth you would consider buying/shooting them, and travel back in time.
I axe you a question! In this episode we visit True North Axe Throwing and have fun throwing sharp objects. Who is the best?
Curt Vaughn (Vaughn Precision) has asked me to pass on that he will be offline for the foreseeable future. He and a coworker were struck head on by someone driving under the influence, and they are lucky to be alive! That said, Curt is now facing months of recovery, surgery, and physical therapy. Please keep […]
This is a quick look at my new (to me) rifle scope I received today. One of the problems that I have run into lately is more rifles than scopes. I am constantly swapping scopes and moving them rifle to rifle. As most of you know I am a huge fan of Sightron scopes and […]
The concept of a ballistic rope dart is relatively simple: the projectile consists of a solid metal core with a length of rope or cord attached to the base. For loading, the rope is wound around the core, so that the windings act as a temporary sabot. After the projectile leaves the barrel, the windings […]
I have been working on a new .375 Winchester project for about the past week and a half. Supplies have been trickling in!
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Did you know that the most common Civilian Owned Weapon is the 12 ga shotgun, and the most commonly owned shotgun is the Pump Action Shotgun? Did you know that the 12 ga shotgun is just about the most lethal close quarters weapon system in existence? By “close quarters”, I am talking 0-50 yards, and […]
Hey everyone, just stopping by to share my oops moments with you as a Rookie Reloader just as much as my successes. Ok, so you’re probably here because of the photo you saw. I know, I know. Here’s how it went: 308 brass decapping before I clean with my new Frankford Arsenal Wet Tumbler Lite […]
Very Rare S&W 940 Chambered in .356 TSW According to the S&W Catalog there were only 300 of these revolvers ever made. Not only are the revolvers and pistols hard to find, the 356TSW ammo is just as hard to locate. This makes it an extreme pleasure for me to be allowed to have this […]
What is 45AutoRim or 45AR The .45 AutoRim is a cartridge lucky to be in existence. Due to the lack of 1911’s as America prepared to enter WWI, Smith & Wesson and Colt produced revolvers chambered for the .45ACP. These new revolvers were designated as the 1917 by the Army. Even though the 1917 revolver […]
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 […]
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 […]
So since this is “The Reloaders Network”, here’s a post on the Finest Portable Hand Operated Reloading Press anyone has ever made. I designed this tool several years ago and have been marketing it on various websites including my own. I am a Machinist/Toolmaker by trade and set out to make something that was a […]
After years of using an old Black & Decker 425 Workmate as a steel frame for a 1 1/2 inch thick plywood top (two 3/4 pieces glued and screwed together) for my portable reloading bench, I decided it was time to build a new one. While the 425 model does a fine job supporting my […]
I’ve been a hunter since I was 8. Thought my single shot plunger 22 rifle weighed a ton. Ha. Being poor as a well digger (which my grandfather did), hunting served a purpose. With 5 kids and our father passing from cancer, we were pretty good at hunting and fishing just so we could eat. […]