|Posted on August 9, 2018 at 12:55 AM||comments (3)|
For us in SC we really get 2 seasons, Warm and Cold...
During the warm season we moslty try and get to the beach or any other form of water we can find. Save up some money and get ready for huntin season.
Hunting season begins in August here but we really get going Mid September/October when the weather is beautiful. So what do we load?
We hunt deer here and run 300 blackout, our friends run anthing from 270 to 308, with the occassional 30-06 still go...Read Full Post »
|Posted on August 8, 2018 at 1:05 PM||comments (0)|
In South Carolina we only really have 2 seasons, Really Hot and Cold between that there is a few weeks of really amazing outside weather.
In the hot months we generally shoot pistol and will go to the range a few times on nicer days, but most of the time is spent in the water or in some form of cooling enviornment with 100% humidity our summers are nasty.
Deer season for us opens in August and Runs to Jan 1. As soon as the tags come in the mail we start to do a f...Read Full Post »
|Posted on February 4, 2018 at 3:55 PM||comments (4)|
Friends don't let friends shoot mixed brass. Ain't this the truth. We only use LAKE CITY brass for our 300 AAC Blackout brass. Why? Because friends don't let friends shoot mixed headstamps But seriously, each brass manufacturer's brass is slightly different in thickness, when you are converting a piece of brass like we do to make Blackout, that hair of thickness, is a WORLD of difference. We have tested every kind of military & commercial brass out there. Lake City beat them all ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on February 4, 2018 at 3:55 PM||comments (0)|
We offer .223/5.56 to Blackout Conversion Services. We charge $.09 each. They are fully processed (swaged, deprimed, trimmed, and sized, and polished) and we usually have a 2 day turnaround from the day we receive it. We will do any headstamp you like as long as they are boxer primed (TAA,GFL are too thick and do not make good 300 brass, FC military also tends to be thicker depending on your chamber you may need to chamfer the brass, but the c...Read Full Post »