Archive for December, 2011

.17 HMR V-Max Bullet vs Canned Goods

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

.17 HMR Ammo

In Today’s Special Video:

.17 HMR V-Max Bullet vs. Canned Goods

Here’s a fun video using a .17 HMR V-Max bullet shot at many different canned goods.

It’s neat because they show both the actual shot and a slow-motion replay of all shots.

It finishes with images of many of the cans and the destruction it caused.

Enjoy!

 

Shooting Sage Rats

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

 

Here’s a great video of lots of clean shooting with a .17 HMR – Savage 93R17 and CCI TNT hollow points.

Location:  Enterprise, OR.

Good camera work.  Lots of shots.  Lots of dead sage rats….

Here ya go:

Henry Rifles – Made In The USA

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Henry RiflesHenry Rifles Gift Guide

We don’t do much advertising or charge for this site in.  In fact, we give away free targets you can print out and other things at times.

Henry Rifles has been our sole advertiser for over four years now and graciously continues to help support us to keep this site going.

Henry Rifles are made in the USA by US workers out of steel, wood and brass that comes from the USA.  The lever actions are smooth and they handle great.  They are fun to shoot!

If you’ve never held a Henry rifle then I strongly suggest you do.

In the mean time, why don’t you get a FREE Henry Catalog.  Simply click on the banner or on the photo on the left and you’ll be taken to the Henry Rifle website where you can request your FREE catalog.

Click HERE To Get Your FREE Catalog

The catalog itself is fun to read and is full of history.

Please get the catalog and consider picking up a Henry Rifle in the future.  They are the sole supporters of this website and we can’t say enough good things about Henry and their company.

Enjoy…

 

243 WSSM vs Prairie Dogs

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

Winchester Model 1885 243 WSSM Shooting Prairie Dogs

55 gr Ballistic Tip bullets at 4240 fps!
110 to 300 yards

Amazing destruction.  This Winchester 1885 in 243 has the 28 inch barrel.

The video is a little shaky but the shooting is worth watching!

Enjoy…