Due to popular demand and enormous fanfare we go through and discuss how to ream out the .36 caliber percussion revolver. You can do this, and if you can’t, then don’t! Don’t be scared, it’s easier than you think. mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain people in the shooting, handloading, and hunting […]
Taking a look at this .32 caliber J frame revolver from Smith & Wesson. Buffalo's OutdoorsIf you enjoy shooting firearms, this is the author for you! Especially if you like recreational shooting and reviews from a little different perspective. Buffalo loved watching YouTube videos about firearms he was interested in, but felt like a lot […]
Continuing our series on how YOU can accurize your revolver, we go through and accurize our 22 revolver. A little forcing cone chamfer and your on your way to six gun precision. mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain people in the shooting, handloading, and hunting sports. We aim to preserve and pass […]
Continuing our series on how YOU can accurize your revolver, we demonstrate a quick and effective method to re align your double action yoke or crane. We also discuss what revolver “sing” is and why you need to check for it. In these days of auto loaders, having a little bit of knowledge about wheel […]
Using 22 short hollowpoint varmint 27 grain copper plated hollowpoint at at 100 yards to see how many milk jugs it takes to stop it Leverguns 50-110 WCFMost of our videos are about lever action rifles and other cowboy guns, including carbine and shotguns, sixguns, black powder, hunting, outdoors, and primitive skills.
Continuing our series on how YOU can accurize your revolver, we do an in-depth profile on this iconic black powder revolver. Why are percussion guns given a bad rap? Because a few simple steps are left out of the production gun process.
We do a shoot and see with our Remington 1858 Pietta Cap and ball percussion revolver we opened the cylinder throats and chamfered the forcing cone. Did we screw up the pistol or is accuracy improved?
A quick tip to save you holy black shooters some pennies! So you can shoot more.
Most of the time this class of firearms are forgotten because of their tedious shooting techniques. We say never mind that and demonstrate the techniques which WILL get your black powder percussion revolver shooting like a laser beam. Funny how many of these things have WAY undersized throats and little to no forcing cones! A little work is all you need, knowledge is free (sometimes) and weighs nothing!
Perhaps one of the most overlooked aspects of revolver accuracy, the forcing cone is the bridge between the cylinder and the bore. We go through and demonstrate the ease at which chamfering your revolver forcing cone can greatly increase accuracy and make YOU a better shot! mannyCAOur channel’s goal is to educate, enlighten, and entertain […]
This M&P Magnum model 65 is the 3" barreled, round butt version and could be the carry gun you've been looking for. You'll have to look on the used racks for one of these wonderful revolvers though as they are no longer in production.
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I need your help with future content ideas. Handgun fun Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Range time with the 629, bullet is the 429421 Lyman over 9.6 grns of VVN320
Today on Kentucky Ballistics we have some fun with a 500 S&W Magnum snub nose revolver and a 460 S&W Magnum snub nose revolver! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Today on Kentucky Ballistics we have some fun with the S&W Model 610 10mm and S&W Model 629 44 Magnum! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Just answering some questions I have gotten about this particular Ruger SP101.
Seeing how far I can make consistent hits on a 10" steel target with my trusty the 2 1/4" Ruger SP101 and my hand loaded 158 grain Hornady XTP .38 Specials.
Viewer request video. They wanted to hear the sound difference between a 22lr and a 22 short. I used my heritage rough rider 22 to do the video.
Today on Kentucky Ballistics we try out the Smith & Wesson Performance Center 460 S&W Magnum Snub Nose Revolver! I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
Ruger GP100 model 1773. First shots with .38 Spl and .357 Magnum Jerry 19112A On A Budget
The Taurus Judge
1990 fuzztfork8Began reloading in 1976; casting in 1977 when good lead wheel weights were everywhere..There is something about making your own and being self-sufficient, that intrigued me.
New equipment and tools added to the channel for future content. Thanks to Smith & Edwards Co. West Jordan, Utah for their assistance in deciding on this pistol. Jerry 19112A On A Budget