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Bullets are the most expensive component required to reload ammunition. Unlike cases that can be reused many times, bullets are a 1-time use item. We source our bullets from a number of manufacturers in several types including Cast, Coated, Plated and Jacketed.

  • CAST BULLETS are the least expensive. Manufactured from quality lead and lubricated with a solid high temperature, non-sticky lube that adheres to the lube groove that substantially reduces barrel leading and smoke.

  • COATED BULLETS are a bit more expensive than cast bullets. The lead in Coated Bullets is completely sealed in a polymer coating that's baked onto the bullet. The coating prevents lead exposer to the reloader & barrel leading, provides excellent lubrication and is more forgiving to over crimping than Plated Bullets.

  • PLATED BULLETS are a bit more expensive than Coated Bullets. Plated Bullets have a thin layer of copper plated onto the base metal. While less expensive than Jacketed Bullets, the plating of Plated Bullets can be easily damaged in the reloading process. If the plating is damaged accuracy will suffer - even so that plated bullets with damaged plating can begin to tumble in under 15 yards.

  • JACKETED BULLETS are the most expensive bullet in common use. (Lead-Free bullets are typically the most expensive.) Jacketed Bullets have a thick copper jacket covering the base metal and stand up to processing errors much better than Plated Bullets.

  • LEAD-FREE BULLETS are typically the most expensive bullet available to the reloader. As the name implies, Lead-Free Bullets often use solid brass as the base material instead of lead. Since brass is lighter than lead, Lead-Free bullets will be physically longer than their lead based counterparts and require completely different charges.

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