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  • 100 gr SWC
    • Roly (Login CanadaPPC)
      Posted Dec 21, 2016 12:47 PM

      The bullet alloy is 92/6/2 with a brinell hardness of around 18. They are then coated and baked 3 times with the Hi-Tek bullet coating made in Australia. That is the key to no smoke and extremely clean burning with improved velocities. The bullet moulds
      the Aussies are using are Magma engineering. I bought a set of 8 moulds to duplicate these bullets.

      Don't waste your time with the 105 grain wadcutters. Not nearly as accurate. The SWC that Matts bullets is selling are produced from LEE moulds. Been there done that! They are a little different in profile. Accuracy is ok.
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