Welcome to the very first episode of the hunting show for this channel, Bad Company Waterfowl.
In this episode, I hunt alone on the New River in Southwestern Virginia during the states Early Resident Goose Season and Early Teal Season. Follow along as I take a single goose and have to call for an "extraction" downriver as the water rapidly rises and becomes too quick to paddle back up river.
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God Bless and Keep Your Powder Dry
It was Late February in Central City, Nebraska and the white devils returned in greater numbers than 2017. It was the first morning I had seen any sizable flocks touch down around town, and I could not pass up the opportunity. I retrieved my SBE 3 from the truck and a box of Hevi-Steel 3” BB shells, walked across the road from my office to the neighbors and asked permission to kill ‘em. (I was given a resounding “Go Get ‘Em Off Our Field!).
I had thousands of eyes looking so I did not get as close as I would have liked, but I downed and recovered 14 birds (including 3 Ross’s Geese).
Have you considered hunting with an old Auto 5 or Auto 5 Magnum? How about just any old duck gun that you may have collecting dust in a closet or gun cabinet? If so, you may be concerned with using modern steel ammunition in your old gun or whether or not you should risk using it in conditions that may cause rust, dings, scratches or dents. Well, fear not and ponder no longer! In today's video, I will lay the groundwork for what ammo is safe to use, how to set up your Auto-5 to shoot modern ammo, and things to consider when shopping for and selecting an old Auto-5 (or other old guns) to take on a hunt.
Thanks for watching and as always, God Bless and Keep Your Powder Dry!
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Browning Arms Company Auto-5 Magnum (Production Date 1964)
Here I share some quick opinions on what you can do to your SBE 3 (or other duck guns) to not only personalize it, but improve or enhance its performance and reliability.
These Drop-in components are:
1) Enhanced Action/trigger spring(s)
2) Enlarged Bolt Handle
3) High Quality, Highly Durable Sling
4) Enhanced Bead (color, size, brightness, etc.)
5) Aftermarket Choke tube(s)
Products Featured in this Video:
- Benelli Super Black Eagle 3, Optifade Timber
- Hevi-Shot Choke Tubes (Carlson's Choke Tubes)
- HI-Viz Sighting Systems (M300 Series Magnetic Clip-on)
- Wolff Springs +25% Power Springs (Super 90 Series Action and Hammer Springs; Fit all Super 90 and SBE series)
Here we take a look at what kind of performance can be expected out of the Nosler 85gr BT Varminter loading I have created for a (hopefully) upcoming prairie dog hunt. Stay tuned!
Brass: Remington .223
Bullet: Nosler 85gr BT Varmint
Primer: CCI #450 Magnum Small Rifle Primer
Powder: Accurate 2200
Part 4 of my SBE 3 series, we see if we can't bring down the point of Impact for shooters who dislike 80/20 or 90/10 patterns.
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This time around we take a look at the Stoeger Model 3020 as I go over my impressions and observations of the shotgun. This little gun is an excellent utilitarian tool and is an exceptional 20 gauge autoloader.
The very first episode of this new series is on my Syracuse Arms Company Hollenbeck Double Barrel Shotgun in 12 gauge. Going forward, several other iconic American waterfowling guns will be featured from the same era.
Thank you for your viewership and as always, God Bless and keep your powder dry.
This will serve as my full review of the SX4. While I will update the channel with any experiences that differ from that which we have had thus far, I feel we have enough shooting and hunting under our belts with this scattergun to provide our impressions and overall understanding of the gun.
As always, God Bless and keep your powder dry.
Just a quick VLog regarding upcoming changes and new mediums to consume AAC content. Thanks for watching!
Load testing and development of the "Reaper" loading in the 25-45 Sharps cartridge.
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-St. John 3:16