Posted by Unknown on Jan 25th 2018
Loaded them on top of 25.4 grains of H110 and they were working well out of my model 94. Buy them, you won’t be sorry.
Posted by Unknown on Dec 11th 2017
I initially ordered some of these bullets being somewhat skeptical. I am an old guy and change usually is resisted. I am glad I shot these. I get accuracy, less smoke, and save a bunch of money. I use the 200gr FP in my long barrel single actions and love them. These loads are made with W231 and quite mild. They will dispatch critter pests and make a decent self defense load around the house and ranch. Mostly I enjoy plinking and the 200gr in my Rugers seems to make a bee line to the bullseye. Run these at regular lead bullet velocities in the 44 Spl and you will get fantastic results as well. Once I exhaust my lead bullet supply I will make the change to these exclusively.
Posted by Mike Sisley on Jun 22nd 2017
OK, I was skeptical about using polymer coated lead bullets. However, I am feeling pretty good about trying them. Benefits include less smoke (no lube burning up), just as accurate, less cleaning of the weapon, the price is good, and most importantly, not a speck of leading. I like the 200gr FP for 44 Special and target shoot tons of these every year. With the polymer coating, things just got better. Will be placing an order for more soon. Do not be afraid of using these. You will be happy if you use your same reload data and keep them under 1000 fps.
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