Welcome back, reloaders! Let’s get down too it. I was browsing through Brownells website the other day and decided to try out the famous Forster Micrometer Seating dies and do a review. I’ve heard a lot of hype around Micrometer dies in general and especially this one. If you follow any of […]
This M&P Magnum model 65 is the 3" barreled, round butt version and could be the carry gun you've been looking for. You'll have to look on the used racks for one of these wonderful revolvers though as they are no longer in production.
This is part 2 which contains chronograph readings and accuracy test of the 38spl HBWC. Part1 which contains the ballistic gel test can be viewed here: Part 1 mr.revolverguy
Using my Glock and Beretta barrels to try out the Super Nano Detergent to clean them. It works pretty good.
I need your help with future content ideas. Handgun fun Jerry 19112A On A Budget
What did you do in your reloading room today? My Son and I reloaded a few 38 Special Wadcutters bullets produced by Berry’s. In this video we test them in Gel for self defense purposes. Fun experiment to see if you can replicate Federal Micro HST 38 Special +P with a Berry’s Hollow Base Wadcutter […]
Just a welcome aboard to KFW to the craft of bullet casting.
Just answering some questions I have gotten about this particular Ruger SP101.
What’s up reloaders! Welcome back, I hope you all are doing well. Today we are going to talk about how to choose the right gunpowder for handloading. First, we will cover modern smokeless propellants, burn rate, and how to use those two to make an informed decision. Smokeless Propellents In today’s […]
Shooting the 357 Magnum Hollow Point (loaded to ~1100 fps), 1:16 alloy with a BHN of 10.4 into Clear Ballistics Gel from my Taurus 66.
Shooting the 357 Magnum (loaded to just over 38 Special +P), Hollow Point, 1:16 alloy with a BHN of 10.4 into Clear Ballistics Gel from my Taurus 66.
Seeing how far I can make consistent hits on a 10" steel target with my trusty the 2 1/4" Ruger SP101 and my hand loaded 158 grain Hornady XTP .38 Specials.
Shooting the 38 Special +P cast with a hollow point from the 1:16 alloy with a BHN of 10.4 into Clear Ballistics Gel from my Ruger LCR.
Ruger GP100 model 1773. First shots with .38 Spl and .357 Magnum Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Rossi 92 Load Testing & Squib
Once carried by the Police Departments around the US, they called this the 'Super Police Load' ... Cops universally referred to this cast round as the 'Pelvis Breaker' ... you will see why in this video ... it is a 'Slow Freight Train' .
New equipment and tools added to the channel for future content. Thanks to Smith & Edwards Co. West Jordan, Utah for their assistance in deciding on this pistol. Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Shooting the 357 Magnum Hollow Point (loaded to ~1100 fps), 1:25 alloy with a BHN of 8.7 into Clear Ballistics Gel from my Taurus 66.
Shooting the 357 Magnum (loaded to just over 38 Special +P), Hollow Point, 1:25 alloy with a BHN of 8.7 into Clear Ballistics Gel from my Taurus 66.
Shooting the 38 Special +P cast with a hollow point from the 1:25 alloy with a BHN of 8.7 into Clear Ballistics Gel from my Ruger LCR.
Happy Halloween..!! The 38 Special - let's go one better - also loaded was the 357 Magnum. And here's the range testing on a very windy day in Northern California.
Happy Halloween..!! The 38 Special was originally loaded with black powder in 1898. The 357 Magnum came out in 1935 and was never intended to be loaded with black powder or substitutes. Let’s go ahead and do that using Hodgdon Triple Seven FFFg powder and see if there is any utility there… FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting […]
No POWER in the shop…No PROBLEM…it’s ‘Old School’ today using the turret, beam scale and a Lee dipper. Kenny at Eagle Eye Shooting sent me this old, out-of-production mould to enjoy. This is the old cast round that LE used to carry back in their ‘.38 Special wheel-gun’ days. They referred to it as a […]