Start to Finish, casting to shooting the Lee 311-100 in the 7.62X25mm. I cast the bullets, powder coated, sized and loaded them with Accurate #7. All surplus handguns are different and this may not work in your gun. Please be careful if anything in this video is duplicated. Thanks for watching. KFWI enjoy all things […]
A hunting chat and then the audio from Taco's top 10 firearms gratitude list.
Casting and shooting the Lee 358-140-SWC from start to finish. Thanks for Watching. KFWI enjoy all things outdoors and gun related. I am a life long hunter and staunch supporter of self defense and the right to keep and bear arms. I am a Concealed Carry Instructor in the state of Kentucky and enjoy helping […]
Today we sit down with 2 guests who helped out with a women's range day activity.
It’s my first Saturday off in 2 months and I’m home alone. Time to start bullet casting. This is my first time using the Lee 4-20 pot and the Lee 358-140 SWC bullet mold. I had some wheel weight lead that I have been ordering from Ebay. Experienced casters, tell me what I did right […]
Just a quick video doing some speedy hand casting, powder coating, loading, and shooting of some 154 gr round flat nose cast bullets from an NOE bullet mold. I like to show the whole process of casting, loading, shooting so you can see the finished product being used. Enjoy!
For this episode, we share some listener feedback, compare a few news stories, and announce winners for the giveaway. Full.Lead.TacoI love guns, tacos, and lead. I use the guns. The guns eat lead. And I eat tacos. The videos on this channel focus on the first two items–using guns and making the ammo that gets […]
In this video, I show how I make some light weight coated cast bullets for my break action 300 blk firearms. These suppress really well and are a hoot to shoot. This video was recently deleted from my Youtube channel because it had casting/reloading content. I’ve uploaded it to Vimeo so that it will still […]
Doing a giveaway for the podcast
Lets take a quick look at Lee’s new bushing format for resizing cast bullets. Breech lock compatible press required… For now… TreeTopFlierI am retired USAF. I reloaded some as a kid, mostly shotgun, then stepped away for many years. After I retired and could put down roots I got back into it again and over […]
Today we celebrate episode 15 (our Quinceanera) by doing some podcast trivia and a big giveaway. Tune in to find out how to win cool loot!
Today, Jason and Taco go over some listener feedback and chat about a strange news article. Full.Lead.TacoI love guns, tacos, and lead. I use the guns. The guns eat lead. And I eat tacos. The videos on this channel focus on the first two items–using guns and making the ammo that gets used in them. […]
Picked me up a Lee 4-20 pot. Starting to collect stuff to start casting.
Pew-Pew-ter Identification & Checking
I go through the entire process of casting, powdercoating, loading, and shooting some hard cast round nose bullets using the high quality NOE bullet mold for my 10mm handguns. I had wanted a round nose bullet for 10mm plinking loads. Something that would feed simply and flawlessly in each of my 10mm handguns and carbines. This bullet mold seems to do the trick.
I had lots of questions about how to cast good hollow point bullets and avoid some of the headaches, so I decided to make a video to show some of the things I have learned over the years. Hopefully this video is helpful to some of you and can save you from frustration.
Today I talk about one of my favorite "plinking" loads for the 500 S&W. I take the NOE 350 gr bullet mold and cast, coat, load and shoot some 500 S&W loads.
Episode 9 – Concealed Taco Dudes Podcast – Shooting with a gunsmith, a holster maker, and the owner of magholder.com
In this episode, Taco and Jason sit down with Gene Tessier (gun smith) and Mark Housekeeper (magholder.com) to talk about their businesses and go shooting together. Jason breaks a nail shooting a revolver.
Hope this video keeps you encouraged & positive Willie Bulletman. We’re keeping you lifted in prayer Brother. ChicowizeI’m a Rookie Reloader. I started in July 2018 with my first press being a Dillon XL650 and recently I’ve joined the community of casting my own projectiles and loving it as much as reloading. I am part of […]
For today's video we do a little casting, powder coating, reloading, and finally shooting for some 160 gr heavy subsonic ammo. For the casting portion, I utilize the NOE 358-155-TC-AS5 bullet mould which was designed with a longer tapered nose to allow long seating bullet--which in turn leaves plenty of space inside the 9mm case for powder. I shoot the ammo in a few different suppressed firearms including my 9mm AR15 and glock 19. A very quiet, but hard-hitting subsonic load which smacks the steel quite nicely.
Several years ago, I purchased a lightly used brushed-chrome model of the Desert Eagle handgun chambered in 50 Action Express. Finding the .50 cal bullets for it has been tricky at times–other times it has been quite expensive. To save money and to not be reliant on bullet availability at the local or online shops, […]
In this video I show most of the steps from start to finish on how I make one of my favorite milk jug exploding 45-70 loads. All the details should be in the video, but if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment here and I will respond as quickly as I […]
Survival Pistol? Bolt Action Side Charging AR (No Gas)
Sharpshooter USA Buckshot Moulds Casting your own buckshot is one of the simplest and most economical ways to save money as a reloader, particularly if you’re a big shotgun fan. That being the case, why don’t more people do it? There are a number of reasons, but the biggest factor is probably that there just […]