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Anybody Recommend Tru-Cast Bullets?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by jjohnson, May 29, 2008.

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  1. jjohnson

    jjohnson Member

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    Hi, Gents!

    Well, here I am, looking for another source of cast lead bullets for handgun reloading... many of the regular suppliers are out of most of their stuff (like powdervalleyinc.com, whom I dearly love).

    I was webshopping looking for a decent second source of cast bullets at a competitive price. Forget Midway... I did find tru-cast.com, though, and am reluctant to buy from an unknown (to me) after having tangled over and over with nationalbulletco :fire::banghead::cuss:

    Does anybody have experience to share with Tru-Cast? Or do you have another supplier who's reliable these days?

    Thanks for your help....
     
  2. jfh

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    1) do a google search in this forum for cast bullets--there's been at least two good supplier threads this year.

    2) Personally, I recommend--highly recommend--Mastercastbullet.com. Reasonable prices, good quality and excellent consistency, and totally reliable.

    E-mail for an up-to-date price and payment details.

    http://mastercastbullets.com/productpricelist.html

    Jim H.
     
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  3. Marlin 45 carbine

    Marlin 45 carbine Member

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    I've also had good luck with mastercastbullets.com 'Mike' is good to deal with. about as good a price as you will find.
     
  4. C45P312

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    Is this what you guys are gettinf rom Master Cast Bullets:

    .45 CALIBER 200 GRAIN RNFP $56.57 PER M (.452)

    ???

    Per Million? lol
     
  5. donaldb

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    Single M = 1000 MM =1,000,000
     
  6. Steve C

    Steve C Member

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    I've used their 215gr SWC .411 for my .41 mag. Price was good and I've been pleased with them.
     
  7. schmeky

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    Got a 2,000 bullet order in about 7 days. Ordered the .45 LSWC 200 grain cast bullets for my 1911's.

    Very pleased, would order again. In fact, I will when I need to.
     
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