One of the viewers made a suggestion that I should fire 1 round a piece in each pistol and measure the brass.
Shooting the .45-70 Gov't over the chronograph and some redneck science penetration tests with the 405gr Buffalo Bore Jacketed Flat Nose. Thank You for watching!
Shooting the 2.5" Redhawk Ruger .44 Magnum over the Chronograph and into a cool penetration test.
After making the first video, 45 Colt Old But Still Useful with the 45 Colt Buffalo Bore 225gr Anti Personnel round, I received a couple of emails asking if the full wad cutter of the Buffalo Bore would feed in a carbine/lever action. I decided this would make for good content. If I could get […]
Shooting heavy FMJ loads for use as possible bear protection in Alaska with the 10mm vs. The .45 Super.
Shooting the 2.5" .44mag Ruger Alaskan to see what kind of velocity is lost in the short barrel.
The 45 Colt was designed in 1872, making this one old cartridge. The granddad of the Old West at one time was one of the most venerable cartridges known to man. Let's test a 225gr full wadcutter and a 230gr hollow point and see if the 45 Colt is still capable after 147 years of service and if it remains relevant to this day.
Recently I have been in debates about 10MM as personal protection. Unfortunately I seem to be the only one that thinks it is safe to carry 10MM for protection against 2 legged predators. There were three statements that continued to surface in these discussions, from those that vehemently disagreed with me on 10MM urban carry. […]