The Accurate Revolver – How to Chamfer the Forcing Cone
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The Accurate Revolver – How to Chamfer the Forcing Cone

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 […]
What UNCLE HANK said
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What UNCLE HANK said

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.
357 Magnum Powerhouse and Snubbies
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357 Magnum Powerhouse and Snubbies

I changed the grips on the Kimber double action only because of the wild ride caused by full powerhouse 357 magnum. After changing the grips I visited the range to see just how the Kimber K6 would perform compared to it’s younger brother the K6 double action only and a S&W386PD Scandium Frame, mr.revolverguy
200 grain 38 Special – Lyman 358430
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200 grain 38 Special – Lyman 358430

No POWER in the shop…No PROBLEM…it’s ‘Old School’ today using the turret, beam scale and a Lee dipper. Kenny at Eagle Eye Shooting sent me this old, out-of-production mould to enjoy. This is the old cast round that LE used to carry back in their ‘.38 Special wheel-gun’ days. They referred to it as a […]