Eagle 25-lb. Bag Magnum Lead Shot
Hornady® Lead Buck Shot
Okay this is a review of hornady black. Ammunition this is a 12-gauge two and. Three-quarter inch eight pellet double-aught buckshot this box here so. Hornady black ammunition and like i said. It's a 12-gauge 200 quarter-inch eight. Pellet and it's listed at 1600 feet per. Second and when you fire this you will. Feel it definitely has a little more recoil than some of the other buckshot that I've fired recently I'm not sure what the difference really is between the hornady black and the hornady personal defense or critical. Defense I'm sorry they look just about. The same they both have eight pellets so I'm not really sure what the difference is, but they both seem to shoot about the. Some out of my gun so again this is the hornady black it's out of a moss berg 500. With a 20-inch smooth bore barrel at five. Yards we had a three-inch spread. Basically you know one big hole for the. Most part it's like the wad and some pellets went one way and a few other pellets went the other way but that. Would be devastating at 5 yards at 10. Yards it doesn't open up at all it's the. Same exact spread as it had it 3 or 5. Yards on you so here at 10 yards we're. At 3 inches and that is a really nice. Tight pattern right there wide shot up here to the left a little bit but i mean you're looking at 8 pellets right there within a 3 inch. Circle at 10 yards that's that's really. Nice performance out of a double op lock. 15 yards opens up a little bit we're at. 8 inches its still good like i said 15. Yards we're at 8 inches the bulk of them. Poured right down here that's about a 5. Inch you know, so we're at about 5 inches the 8 comes from this guy. So we had one little flyer up there but for the most part ways to the wads down. Here to the right a little bit but for the most part all of your pellets are in. This nice central area right here and. Like i said one flyer up there but still you know eight inches at 15 yards is very respectable yeah yards 20 yards. It's actually tighter than it was at the 15-yard mark i remember at the 15 we had. That flyer these can all look about the. Some that's a nice tight group right here about 5 inches, and then we have a flyer down here that's what increases it up to the 7 inches but for the most part. You know we have seven pellets here in about a five-inch pattern 5 inch holes at. 20 yards with this one little guy down here you know brings it up to the 7. Inches but i wouldn't worry about that little guy going out to 25 yards yeah 20. Yards this was 7 inches at 25 yards it. Only opens up one more inch to 8 inches so this is a very nice personal defense. Load wide shot off here up to the right. But though 25 yards 1/8 inch spread we. Have all eight pellets a double out buck there and 1/8 inch circle again this is. The hornady black ammunition 12-gauge. Two and three-quarter inch eight pellet double-aught buckshot and this was out. Of a moss berg 500 with a 20-inch. Smoothbore barrel.
Remington® Shotshell Wads – Per 500/250
Claybuster Replacement Wads - Per 500
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MEC® 650N Reloader
The 650 delivers maximum performance with minimum effort, and a separate resizing operation for shooters who wish to inspect each shell for precision. Works six shells in various stages at a time. Each handle stroke produces a shell rivaling factory loads. Includes new MEC Progressive Primer Feed. Three-stage crimping. The final station tapers the shell to assure smooth feeding. Made in USA.
Available: 12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge and .410.
Hello today want to make a second part. Of about my mix 650 reloaders after a. While it takes up a little bit of tuning. In and setting back for you gauges if. You have changed the shot size before or. If you have changed the powder it takes. A little bit of tuning besides i went to. In the previous part i had to resize the shells and had to remove the tray in. Order to install the rings for resizing. Of the shells now you see that i have. Removed the resizing ring and installed. The primer tray bag so after a bit of. Tuning in i am back to reloading on this. Progressive press you take a sized the. Shall it's de primed we have a primer. Here install it here don't we take a. What hold it like this then i prefer to. Do it slowly presses down you see what. Happens a fresh primer have been cut. From the primer tray a powder has been. Fed from the powder a container and shot. Islet as you move the handle back you. See what happened on the first station. We have installed the primer and have. Poured in the powder on the second. Station we have a primer powder one and. Shot in this case I'm using a shot. Number six it is used for. Mm duck hunting here next station we. Have the previous manipulations and we. Have started the star crane in this case. Um using a six petal crimp because most. Of the shells that I'm using are six. Crimps they say that a trim is better. Looking but i never had any used shells. With eight petal crimps so i can't tell. For sure next station it is almost done. Shotgun shell only we have to put a. Little bit of tapering on the next station the next station you see that we. Have a ready shotgun shell it has a nice. Star crimp it has 36 gram grams of mmm. Number six shot and two point three. Grams of ukrainian mate silver powder. Shotgun powder that's burning so we take. This and put it on the table and repeat. The procedure as we turn to let this. Start that is rotating the shells the. Primer sits here in this station this is. A bad one will use a fresh she'll install. It here and install a fresh one. Repeat this procedure you see that this. Measuring bar is moving left and right. Thus dosing the powder and shut again we. Have a nice round sometimes they have a. Little bit of defects here but as it sit. On a table like for a couple of minutes they become smooth again just once again. Repeat this procedure and i will be done. With this video it is always nice to. Watch that everything is going smoothly. But the bar has moved the powder has. Been dropped and it is necessary to have. On your table an electronic or any other. Scale and once in a while taking you can. Take the shelf from each station checking the weight of the powder and. The weight of the shot but it's always. Nice to do that because something may. Happen not depending on un then you will. Have for instance a shell that has no. Powder or has no shot it is easy to. Notice that it has no shot but it is not as easy to notice that it has no powder i once had that situation and when i. Took a shot the charge actually flew out. But it was actually a solid fly like i. Saw the shot flying from the barrel so. It is always nice to be safe and not to. Be in a hurry and do everything slowly. All right what else the primer tray may. Be tough topless individual primers like to take. Individual primer and feed it into this. Hole here or you may lower it a bit and open it. And put a lot of primers plays okay then. Thank you for watching maybe to someone. It has been helpful it's a nice reloader. Thank you for watching.
MEC® 600 Jr. Mark 5 Reloader
The 600 Jr. Mark 5 is the No. 1-selling shotshell reloader in the world. This smooth-operating single-stage reloader produces factory-like shells. Cam-operated crimp can perform six- or eight-point crimps with minor adjustment. Plus, it "remembers" the proper reloading sequence. Long-stroke mechanism allows reloading of high- or low-brass shells, including 3" shells. Automatically resizes high or low brass as it punches out the spent primer. Adjustable rammer tube lets you apply the proper wad-column pressure. Comes with charge bar for loading trap or light hunting loads and complete instructions. Other charge bars and powder bushings can be purchased separately. Does not include the automatic primer feed. Made in USA.
Available: 10 gauge, 12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge and .410.