Firing the 300 grain Nosler Ballistic Tip ~ Underwood Ammo ~ from the Bear Creek Arsenal .458 SOCOM complete upper.
In this video we use our 6.5 Creedmoor Thompson Center Compass to test with the Nosler 140 gr RDF and Alliant Reloder 26. We use Quick load software to come up with the load data used and compare our results to what Quick load predicted. We show velocity and group data at 100 yards.
Using the Bear Creek .458 SOCOM to launch a 300 grain Nosler Ballistic tip into water jugs.
This is the first of the range videos starting with the Nosler bullet and 47.5 of IMR-4895. Not too bad for being rusty, most of what you see is me. I had one malfunction. (I believe that the en bloc clip retainer is worn and showing its age.) Overall a score of 155 out of a 160.
Testing the 220gr Nosler Ballistic Tip Subsonic in 300 AAC Blackout.
A perfect way to end a long work day… Weather opens up to a beautiful afternoon. Zero wind. Good visibility. Perfect opportunity for my son to reach out with his TC Compass with the new 180gr Nosler BT developed round. Without chronograph numbers I estimated these 180gr Nosler Accubond bullets to be traveling around 2580 […]
Unlike my previous TC Compass in 308 (which I sent in for repair and returned replaced), my load work ups are showing good results. Keeping the groups to 3 shots due to barrel temp on this pencil barrel, I was able to produce nearly a half MOA group with a 180gr Nosler BT bullet. And the chronograph....laugh all you want because I was. This chronograph lasted 5 hits and has paid itself off with lots of load data collected.
Since the last post, I decided to try another brand of 168g bullets for my Compass in 308. Since this is a budget rifle, I am trying to stick to budget friendly bullets. The 168g Speer Match bullets were not meeting my expectations. For this week’s post, I picked up some 168g Hornady Match bullets, […]
300 Win Mag load development with the Thompson Center Compass using the 220 gr Nosler Custom Competition and Hodgdon H1000. Up to this point finding a Low SD load has proven very difficult. We implement the Scot Satterlee load development data that we generated previously and use that information to choose our test loads in […]
Shooting the Nosler 250 grain partition trophy grade loaded ammo over the chronograph and into some cool stuff.
Thompson Center Compass – 300 Win Mag Satterlee load development – 220 Nosler Custom Comp with H1000
In this video I update the Thompson Center Compass project chambered in 300 Win Mag. This was a $200 rifle that we are going to test to see how accurate it can be with a very budget setup. In this video we go over more reloads in our Thompson Center Compass and updates moving forward. We load up 220 Nosler Custom Competition and Hogdgon H1000. We use the Satterlee load development style to evaluate this combo and find a velocity Node to use for our next time with this powder.
Here are the results from the ladder test using Nosler 85gr BT bullets with Re15 in Nosler brass for the .257 Roberts.
In this video we explore a better alternative to 22 Nosler brass. 6mm Hagar Hornady brass can be formed and used with a 6.8 SPC bolt in the AR platform. Much of the discussion and research about 22 Nosgar happens over on the Predator Masters Forums, so that should be your first stop for additional research.
Doing some load development for the Ruger M77 tang safety .257 Roberts using reloder 15 with Nosler Brass and Nosler 85gr ballistic tip bullets.
Testing some of my handloads for accuracy out of the 629, I thought I might as well bring you guys along.
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This video shows the Nosler 130 gr RDF loaded with Reloder 16 in my Ruger Precision Rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor.
Today on Kentucky Ballistics we shoot pine boards with 308, 6.5 Creedmoor and 338 Lapua! Which caliber will make it through the most boards? I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
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