Reloading .30-30 Winchester for testing in the Savage 340. The first 10 rounds were fired during my October 10, 2019 Live Stream from the Range. A special thanks to J & L Ammunition LLC, Galesburg, Michigan for providing the Shooters World Buffalo Rifle powder and T&B Bullets hard cast 309-165gr-RNFP bullets.
1977-Col. Charles Askins-GUNS ANS AMMO magazine, Big Game edition fuzztfork8Began reloading in 1976; casting in 1977 when good lead wheel weights were everywhere..There is something about making your own and being self-sufficient, that intrigued me.
RCBS swaging die, cast 30-30 bullets, and 84 year old 30.06 brass Jerry 19112A On A Budget
My first 30-30 video features cast bullets sent to me by MCK. I hope y’all enjoy it, and thanks for watching. I hope God blesses you all real good!
We had a chance to get out yesterday and do some shooting and use our Bullseye camera system. Shooting loads from previous video. (Georgia Shooting Connection – 30-30 Test Loads). Using Red Dot, 2400, and IMR 3031 powders. Coats Brothers Firearms
The amazing 30 WCF and its performance on deer size game animals, in such a handy little carbine as the 336 Marlin and the famous 94 Winchesters. Leverguns 50-110 WCFMost of our videos are about lever action rifles and other cowboy guns, including carbine and shotguns, sixguns, black powder, hunting, outdoors, and primitive skills.
Test loads for the 30-30 using Red Dot, 2400, and 3031. Coats Brothers Firearms
This video will hopefully get some guys working on some 30-30 Winchester rounds. I'll be developing some, and hope you all will join in. The main objective is to get those old rifles out, dust them off, and start loading for and shooting them. So, I hope to be seeing lots of 30-30 videos. Join in when you can, and let's have some fun!
Showing some LOVE to my Glenfield model 30A 30-30 rifle Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Georgia Shooting Connection Friday Night Live Stream 5/31/19
Today on Kentucky Ballistics we see how many pine boards we can make it through with a 30-30 BFR , 45-70 BFR and a 450 Marlin BFR! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
We've read that with our rimmed lever guns to always full length resize our brass - no qualifications on this. But smart owners found that neck sizing was all that was needed for some brass cyclings until cases would not function - then full length resize. This video explores all of that for more advanced work with the 30/30.
Acme Bullet 30-30 Winchester and 300 Blackout Bullets. Bullets sized to .309
Today on Kentucky Ballistics we try out the Magnum Research BFR .30-30 Winchester Revolver! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching! Kentucky BallisticsGood clean shooting fun! You can find more information and links to my social media accounts on my Author Page.
Final results of the Arsenal 311-175-LFN bullets sent by Charles Irby. Cranky Cleatus
Review of final load data before shooting them later in the week. Cranky Cleatus
Bullets have been coated and sized. Chamber checking has the bullet seating at 5.5025, which is right at the crimp groove. Outline of my plan and the powders I plan to test with. Goal is to determine if I want to buy this mold, and if so, in what configuration. Mold is the Arsenal 311-175 […]
Amazing mail call.
Video creation has its moments - I can laugh at myself when I look in the mirror (or at the screen)!
Many thanks to GunFun for sharing this unique finding with us!
Demonstrating the effects of Henry 30-30 and Remington 700 30-06 on water jugs.
Years ago (after much frustration with my Marlington/Remlin 30-30), I gave up on the 30-30 cartridge. I just could never get my Marlin 336 to shoot well. I tried factory ammo, reloaded ammo with jacketed bullets, pointy hornady (flex tip) bullets, cast bullets, etc… as well as several different powders. My levergun just shot horribly. […]
I’ve decided to go ahead and add some more to this channel….by telling some history about me and how I’ve gotten to here. This will be…guessing 4 or 5 parts…2 or 3 days apart. I don’t want to slam everyone with everything in 1 go…so …. Baby Steps. ENJOY SO…. Here we are at […]