Henry Big Boy Steel shooting the Federal 100 grain soft point ammunition.
The Henry H001 cycling shorts, longs, long rifle and shotshell ammunition. The H001 is has become what I consider a quintessential .22 rifle.
The Henry lever action Big Boy Steel Carbine in .327 Fed Mag is a very handy firearm to have around the farm, especially if you already have a revolver chambered for this hot super magnum.
Shooting slugs from the Henry .410. I promised that I'd eventually get around to doing a video on the subject.
Patterning Remington XLR (Extra Long Range) #6 shot out of the Henry Lever Action .410 at ranges from 10 to 40 yards.
Chicowize, Kyle Lusk, and myself finally get to meet ThecrazyScotsman face to face, in living color. Although the circumstances were very sad, we managed a little range time get together. It was an honor to meet the Scotsman, finally, and always a privilege and an honor to spend time with my two North Georgia brothers. CMax, go rest easy, Brother. And we'll see you in a little while! Please keep Cmax's family and friends in your prayers. May God bless you all!
Today on Kentucky Ballistics we shoot pine boards with 500 S&W Magnum and 45-70 + P! We use a revolver and a rifle for each caliber! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Many of you have called me out for not following the owner's manual when it comes to loading my Henry rifles and shotgun. I do my best here to explain why I do it the way I do and I admit it's the wrong way but I don't plan on changing it.
In this video we recap The Reloaders Network videos that I watched this week.
Get the reduced capacity magazine tube for hunting species that have laws limiting the amount of rounds your shotgun can hold.
This is the Henry Lever Action .410 Bore Shotgun.
Demonstrating the effects of Henry 30-30 and Remington 700 30-06 on water jugs.
In this video we test for bullet expansion with our NOE hollow point bullets cast from Clip on Wheel Weight alloy. The test doesn't go as planned.
Preparation is the key to success in any endeavor; load development is no different. There are many steps that go into the preparation for load development. This post will discuss the steps in detail in relation to my Henry 45LC 50 Yard Hunting Load Development Series.
The Story of Me and My Henry Rifle THE DUKE……not too many nicknames garner as much of a mental image as John Wayne’s. In my mind, Wayne was the walking, talking embodiment of the American Man. The swagger, the confidence, the fairness, and the rowdiness he portrayed on screen was almost patentable. So much of […]