Just shooting two of my favorite bolt action military surplus rifles. The M1903 Springfield manufactured by Rock Island Arsenal and the Mauser K98k ( s/243 mfg 1937) refurbished by Yugoslavia. I was shooting Greek HXP in 30-06 and some different 8mm Mauser ammo that I had. The 8mm Mauser handloads were Hornady 8mm (323) 150gr. […]
Looks like it’s time for another post. Today’s topic is the Hornady 68g BTHP Match Bullet loaded with Ramshot TAC. This powder has been on my radar for some time, but I have never seen it locally. Recently I ordered a rather large powder order (12lbs) from Graf’s and made sure to include it. My […]
This is a chronograph and clear ballistics test from a short barrel 2in Ruger Alaskan. Then we move to the other end of the spectrum with a 16in barrel, Rossi Lever.
A Ruger M77 .338 Winchester Magnum Shooting the 185gr GMX.
Using the Hornady bullet comparator to find bullet to land clearance, and cartridge O.A.L.
Got my Lyman case gauge checker and crimp reamer so I can finish my reloaded 223 to shoot.
This is a viewer request video wanting to know which of these bullets smoked less.
Hey everyone! Have you ever wondered how much of a difference using fire formed brass will make for your reloads? I set out to find out just how much smaller our groups can get using once-fired brass in my Thompson Center Compass chambered in 5.56 NATO. Originally I intended to use a 75gr ELD bullet […]
Match Grade Machine sent over a Thompson Center Encore Pro Hunter with one of the many custom barrels they make. This one is in 450 Bushmaster. Hunting season is opening up soon and this lethal combination may just put this rifle in your pack and bag you that trophy elk or buck.
Testing out some 38 and 357 loads with Hornady XTP bullets and Titegroup for the 38 and H110 powder for the 357. Shooting SoCalI’m just an average shooter here in sunny Southern California. Most of my shooting is done from the bench at 100 yards for rifles. I reload for accuracy and economy. I want […]
Range day and load development with 6.5 Grendel and Hornady SST 129gr bullets and various powders.
In this video we push our velocities higher with a load test with the Hornady 147 ELD-M and Alliant Reloder 26 in 6.5 Creedmoor.
A VR to gunnwild1 about Cast Bullet Data Woes
The Smith & Wesson Performance Center .44 Magnum Hunter 629-7 is a revolver that you guys have seen many times on my channel. Today I use it to launch a 240 grain Hornady XTP at about 1,400 fps into a row of water jugs 100 yards away.
Reloading Bench Set Up and Tools Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Testing 6.5 Grendel loads with 129gr Hornady SST
This is a quick look at my new (to me) rifle scope I received today. One of the problems that I have run into lately is more rifles than scopes. I am constantly swapping scopes and moving them rifle to rifle. As most of you know I am a huge fan of Sightron scopes and […]
Using the Bear Creek Arsenal upper to launch a Hornady 250 grain FTX bullet into the Ballistic Water.
This is the third video installment on my quest for an accurate plinking load for my AR15 using the budget 62gr FMJ bullets from Hornady. I was not able to find any concrete load data for a 16″ barrel using this bullet weight and powder combination. I had to use data from a 60gr bullet, […]
In this video I revisited some load development using H335 and a 62gr Hornady FMJ bullet. The load data I had originally used to determine my charge weights gave me very low velocities. I discovered that the data I had gathered was from sources that had used 24 and 26 inch barrels to test their […]
.480 Ruger: Lee 400gr cast, H110, Ruger Super Blackhawk Bisley
Testing the 168gr Sierra Match King and 168gr Hornady Match BTHP in .308 Winchester with IMR 4895.
Hello everybody! I took the time to record my second attempt at some load development for my AR-15 from Palmetto State Armory. It's not looking good so far, and we still have a lot of work to do to get a good, accurate load. Please feel free to leave any comments or feedback here and let me know what I should try! My next attempt will be 77gr Sierra Match King bullets using Varget powder. Thank you for watching!!!
On our last trip to the desert we tested our new Bullseye Camera System at 1 mile (1760 yards). We wanted something to help spot misses at distance when the spotter can't see or conditions aren't conducive to spotting misses.