Rick takes the lead this week with two topics, one on troubleshooting the Browning Hi-Power magazines and loading the 30 Luger caliber.
This week, Rick compares the old Hodgdon Clays powder that was made in Australia to the new Canadian made Hodgdon Clays and the competitor, Alliant's Clay Dot. Rick also shows us the repair that was done on the slide on his Detonics Combat Master.
3.8 old clays 230gr rainiers
753 746.4 ave 171672pf
3.8 new clays
649 709.5 ave 163185pf
3.8 clay dot
699 696.4 ave 160172pf
New clays by volume
792 775.8 ave 178434pf
Clay dot by volume
744 723.4 ave 166382pf
We do this every year. We invite Chris Hodgdon from the Hodgdon powder company to give our fans an update about the state of handloading powders. Chris is kind enough to talk about some new products that will ship next year and give us some background info about how Clays is coming back on the market.
Steve is back with two awesome tips with regards to the shotgun sports. First he'll teach you how to shoot the deceivingly difficult "Chandelle" targets and then, demonstrate how to tweak your Dillon SL900 shot bar to reduce shot spillage.
Rick is back with an episode to supplement Larry's USPSA scoring by discussing how IDPA Safety Officers score targets. It is similar in a lot of ways but differ very much in principle. Also, in this episode, Larry gives us an update on his 40S&W Open load development and demonstrates his compensator effectiveness test.