Today, we talk about what we did with guns this week, a few cool new molds, and talk about what's going on in Connecticut.
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 […]
Rossi 92 Load Testing & Squib
Doing a giveaway for the podcast
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!
For today's episode: Jason, Mike, Stan, & Joe go out and shoot a variety of pistol caliber carbines and have a little chat about what we think of them.
Episode 12 – Concealed Taco Dudes Podcast – News, Misfire, and a Table-top Review of A Hi-Point Carbine
Today Carl, Jason, and Taco share some news, a misfire award, and give a table top review on the Hi-Point 10mm carbine. Grapenuts!
Today, Carl, Mike, and Jason talk about the 10mm cartridge, some guns that shoot 10mm, and some reasons why you may consider buying one. We do all this to celebrate episode number 10. We also talk a little about NOE bullet molds and bullet casting.
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.
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, […]