TheMrbumpas: rimmed cartriges like .38special [ straight wall,rimmed] can be reloaded
with BP or equivalent also. Sure it's better to use modern gear, and BP is
dirty blah...blah... but it's better than no ammo. Good video, and btw 410
shot shells can reloaded and fired in a .45 colt chamber,used to make them
befor I found factory shot loads for revolvers
DIXIECONFEDERATEDAWG: NO SIR
SheridanBoii99: Also can I do this for 20ga
Simplemansnature: Dave, I like your simple reloading kit. I have a Lee Loader Deluxe hand
loading press. I also agree with your opinion on using larger shot, more
versitile, more humane on something big enough to not require a slug.
However, if I'm not mistaken, Ohio law forbids the use of anything bigger
than #4 birdshot on game???
mapbike: I found some grea data on loading shotshells in all popular gauges with
black powder that I thought I would share here, as with any of this
reloading stuff this is for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! you will have to
put 2 & 2 together inorder to decifer the web addy here but it's not hard,
very informative stuff. 3 w's * tbullock * kom/bpsg * html (just add the
w's & the dots and be sure to get everything else in as well and you will
get there just fine. Enjoy.....! Peace, mapbike
GodschildinNC: Dave, I like the way that you did that. You should be able to close the top
of the plastic case with a little work, and then seal that shut with the
wax. You could loop your string around the magnet and back through itself
instead of having to retie it all the time. Geoff
skateboy159: only way it will go off if u hit the primer sparks flames or heating the up
to high temperature for the powder to go off
69penetrator69: You could go one step further: according to the Army Improvised Munitions
Handbook, you can actually refill the primer cup using 2-3 strike anywhere
barry cox: everything i know about hard tack its better to twice bake it , its really
hard then but they would soke it in coffee or some other type of liquid to
make it easy to eat i will last for years .
bhubejr: This came from the ohio hunting regulations book. During the statewide
muzzleloader season and youth deer gun season it is unlawful to hunt legal
game with shot shells containing shot larger than #4. Waterfowl hunters
must use nontoxic shot of any size.
GRADERFL: Is 100 grains the max charge?
ra777wow: Hope to see more good stuff like this dave :D
1guyin10: As long as it is trimmed down to match a normal load it will feed just
fine. There is nothing you are changing with this load that would impact
how it feeds.
John Gruber: @azreal289 i am sorry to say that the bb's will damage your barrel as their
coatings are shallow and the compressive forces are well beyond what a bb
gun can deliver. The coating protects bb guns but wont do a thing for your
skateboy159: smokeless powder is harder to find these days maybe black powder is the way
cammie500: would 100 grains of powder work with 20g and .410 shells? if not how many
grains should i use?
lmglange: good series but i do not se the big advantage as the primers cant be
improvised. But you can shoot with all kinds of funny stuff. you could
might as well stock .22 ammo as you still need to stock the primers. its
really amazing what you have build up with your youtube channel, online
store, survival school and all. Its inspiring to follow here on youtube
birddog390: how many grains for a 20 gauge
ethan hicks: Should i get a single or pump i cant decide?
FullSpectrum Survivalist: They will reload way more than 5 times, I was reading just a little while
ago on a forum in England, this Australian guy said his friend has reloaded
the same shell over 50 times. I would go for minimum powder load to get the
job done, and then they should last a long time. You can reload a plastic
shell more than once, think about it, brass will last a long time in the
use. I'll probably take 25 or more brass shells preloaded already.
KILLAassasin7: i dont kno much about guns but i think these would work in a pump action
gun if u trimmed all the excess plastic off or used the all brass shells, i
dont actually know though
TheDave570: no, start out with the powder load equal to the caliber and work up !!
762xDevin: is that FF powder?
vettelover2009: this is a scenario if he is out in the wilderness lost and these happen to
be items he might have with him at the time...possibly getting lost on a
hunt...its hypothetical...there are so many variables to consider...it's
just a suggestive video
shewolf2972: I am a law enforcement officer and thats just my two cents.
Rayce Wood: Would using animal fat instead of Bee's wax also work if you were to run
out of bee's wax?
Dereck Thomas: what are all the measerments loads powder load shot weight
adamdoiron73: Hey just wondering what type of knife that is? I really like it
MrKnux55: Do you have to use bees wax
BlltPrffAsssn: @1973Saved the concern from steel shot is that if you have a rifled barrel
that u shoot slugs and shot from the steel shot can and will eventually
file your rifled barrel into a smoothbore, where lead shot conforms to the
grooves inside the barrel steel shot stays its shape and stays hard, copper
softer than steel will usually smear inside the barrel and could damage it.
david2011621: I've even use'd good & plenty candy to reload shells it's a hard candy .
And chap stick as a cap to hold every thing in the shell good for small
game. Just an idea.
Melting Sky: The hard part is the primer. You can make your own black powder or low
explosive powder/propellant pretty easily but the primer is not easy. I
would love to see how to make a primer from scratch.
ra777wow: I tryed this and it works real well.Also he suggested getting a box of the
brass shot shells to reload and they last for a long time !
TheFirearmEnthusiast: What shotgun are you using in this vid?
Joshua Williams: You need a powder horn or a dry powder bag with a carved "nozzle".
Hippie Cat: how would it work if i chose to use a minimal amount of bees wax and then
RE folded the plastic over (with heat ) to reseal it like it came from the
factory? would that affect performance?
Sparks Family: Can I use Pyrodex behind a slug as you have with shot in this video? I
would like to start molding my own.
cowboyroy1961: Another GREAT video Dave. Thanks again for the info. I continue to learn
from you every day. Side note: What is the inlay/designs material on your
shotgun? Something you did? I'd love to try it on my H&R. Please keep the
vids coming! Thanks! Roy
SurviveTribe: Will this work with a 20 GA? If so how many grains of powder?
BrandonRandomly: First, I have to laugh at everyone telling you what you're doing wrong when
clearly it works. Second, a serious question: How would you make/substitute
primers if you had none in a long term self-reliant situation?
Tyler2075: yea but some shotguns pellets are made of steel but i dont konw if copper
pellts will if yoou know commet back
Daniel Vanhoozer: Do you have to use high brass on doing this?
David Joeaverage: one at a time probably. i wouldn't load them in the magazine though.
yomamasmaggot: 25 shot shells $5, takes up less space, weather resistant, convenient, and
saves time. They make shot shell reloaders for cheap and way more cost
effective then what you are doing. I'm just trying to be realistic if u
can't find a live 12ga shell then you being able to find reloading
components is zero.
Xarcas: @RobertoDonatti yes, duh, yes it is.. that's exacly what it means.. ardtard
MrGattor33: @danthman114 - ok well i wasn't for sure if there was a difference in them,
i thought somewhere it was said that there is a difference i the 2, like
one has more powder in the primer than the other.......??????
1holyblack: Great stuff Dave. Keep em coming.
bryncomeaux: it has a removable handle sold everywhere usually red
TheGrayman1234: I am blaming this video for the 209 primers, powder measure and pyrodex I
just bought. LOL Awesome vid Dave. Keep it up brother.
Al C: This is amazingly hill billy Dave. Totally adding this to my skill set.
Next year will be all shotguzzle loading.