24 grains of 2400 powder is my go to cast bullet load for the .45-70. I usually shoot 320 grain bullets but this load is safe for 340 grain....
A Colt Anaconda cheaper than a Glock.
3.5 inch plastic disk at 60 yards with a Thompson Center .50 flintlock Renegade, open sights.
I won a turkey that day.
I sold all of my longer-barrel .44 revolvers and kept my 4" Model 29.
When I was 16 a huge domestic pig chased me around the car as I was unloading my shotgun after pheasant hunting. My buddies safe inside the car...
Absolutely do not load any rounds with 2.0 grains of HP38.
That is too light a load. You are asking for a stuck bullet in the barrel.
There is no...
^^^^ What Mac said.
The High Standard Sentinel was a well respected gun back in the 1970's. Not as slick as a Colt or S&W but a good reliable...
Not a fan. The Rossi pump .22 is better IMO.
All-in-all, the 4" Model 66 is simply the finest revolver ever made.
Winchester pump, pre-war
A modern Savage bolt gun with a laminate stock.
I have no need for a semiautomatic .22
Safe with 158 grain loads IMO.
I'm all set.
The largest gun shop in my state closed last fall, and all their reloading components were on sale.
My shelves are loaded with...
Very impressive shooting. Gotta love the 1860 no matter who manufactured it.
Eight years old, prone with bipod\rest or seated at a table rested, .22 rifle with red dot or low power scope, CCI Quiet ammo, Shoot-N-C targets...
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