Bringing new shooters to the range is fun – today we met Steve K. who brought along a very interesting Colt 1911 from the year 1917… FortuneCookie45LCFortuneCookie45LC started posting videos on YouTube in 2012. He has been a Reloader and Shooter since 1969.
Today we are testing the preferred 45ACP ammunition of the local law enforcement community. Federal Premium 45ACP HST 230gr ammunition. This test provides valuable information, chronograph data, accuracy data, penetration and expansion data.
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For today’s video we see how much leather it takes to stop a bullet! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
#letfreedomring shooting 9mm 45acp .223 .44-40 win AR-15 lever action rifles and pistols
.338 Lapua, Sawed off Shotgun, and more Range day fun with Who Tee Who!!
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 […]
Hi-Point firearms range day with Who Tee Who
Loading .45acp Lee cast bullets with Power Pistol powder: Let Freedom Ring Challenge Info
In this video, I document the loading and shooting of a 45 ACP target bullet, cast and sent to me by Thor's Axe.
A pesky mosquito seemed to think that it was safe to land on my Sig Sauer P227 TACOPS... After all, it doesn't shoot Skeeter Loads!
There are a variety of videos, web pages and articles out there that can tell someone “How” to get started reloading ammunition. Even with all that is available, there is room for more and I want to give advice for newer people starting out, or those who have not started yet, but are thinking about […]
45 ACP Cutting Holes Like A Wadcutter Fellas I thought you would appreciate the below for us avid reloaders. During a 1997 big game hunting trip Col. Cooper and Lauck discussed creating something better as an all-around load and bullet for the .45 ACP 1911 pistol. Both Col. Cooper and Lauck recognized the issues of […]
In this video I go through a process of slugging a barrel for my .45 ACP. This is my first attempt ever at this process. I am asking for help in verifying the process as much as anything else. Please take a moment and let me know it this is correct or if I have […]
You know you have the perfect wife and the best mother for your children when she wakes up in the morning and says, “I need to go to the range today.” I thought, it’s mothers day weekend, sure you don’t want to do something different, and expressed this to her. “Nope,” she says, “I want […]
May 11, 2019 - A blustery, overcast 200 yard Military Rifle Competition with Iron Sights!
Matt's Bullets, a commercial casting outfit out of the Ozarks of Arkansas, is a great source for successful bullet designs of yesteryear and not easily found today. However, they also produce great bullets for modern calibers like the 500 S & W Magnum...
I apologize in advance for not talking in this video, but I didn’t want to interrupt the other guys shooting and chatting near me. James Pollard sent me a whole lot of 230gr cast Lee bullets for my 1911 and some 95gr 9MM bullets. I loaded up a bunch to test out using some powders […]
Shooting Chuke's Sig Sauer P220 .45 Auto with a variety of Ammo.
Showing you that 45acp brass can take large pistol primers or some have small pistol primers.
Firing off my first 10 rounds of 45acp to see how they work.
Shooting the 9mm 115gr +p+ Underwood Xtreme Penetrators, vs. the .40S&W 140gr Xtreme Penetrators, vs. the 200gr .45 Auto +P Xtreme Penetrators vs. the 140gr 10mm Xtreme Penetrators. Shooting the Glock 43, Shield .40, Sig p239, Glock 30, and Glock 29.
Shooting Underwood Ammunition's .45 Auto 200gr +p Xtreme Penetrators. Enjoy the Chronograph and penetration tests.
Taking a look at the Webley revolver and shooting at it at 10 and 25 yards.The Mk VI Webley revolver, introduced in 1915 during the First World War, is perhaps one of the best-known models.