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HBN For coating Bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by normanh, Nov 4, 2008.

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  1. normanh

    normanh Member

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    I have decided to coat my rifle bullets using HBN/Hexagonal Boron Nitrate/White Graphite. I found a source in Canada but they sell by the pound. I am looking for someone that will sell an ounce or two. Norman
     
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    Is that the white powder Hornady uses on their funky lead handgun bullets with the checkered surface?
     
  3. normanh

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    Can't give you an answer on that. Didn't know Hornady did that. Right now I shoot Bear Creek moly coated cast bullets in my 1911. Sometime I would like to try coating the non coated cast 45 ACP bullets I have with HBN and see what happens.

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    Sounds like they told you the truth. Obama did win. I didn't vote for him, but he is our president now. We'll just have to make the best of it. Maybe I should sell my stocks at a loss now since I can probably recoup the losses with CD's that will be 20% or so in a couple of years....
     
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