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Mastercast Bullets.com

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by flgolfer29, Feb 12, 2013.

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  1. flgolfer29

    flgolfer29 Member

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    I want to share my recent experience with http://mastercastbullets.com.

    On Saturday night (one week ago) I called their listed phone number, not expecting to get an answer, the answering machine eventually came on. I did not leave a message as I just had a simple question about their products. A few minutes later I get a phone call from Mike (Mastercast Bullets) saying he was "returning my call". As it turns out, I had more questions than I reaized and each one was answered, kindly. We spoke of reloading, experience, alloys, politics and everything in between.

    After 15 minutes I had placed an order for 45 acp swc (H&G 68 mold) (same as I have been getting from another reputable bullet caster). Most of you that are reading this already know they are priced below most other suppliers and now I do to. 1000 each was $55.71, considerably cheaper than I have been paying up till now. They shipped the following Thurday and I received them Monday (yesterday).

    With the current run on Firearms, ammo and reloading components, I was very pleased with the customer service I received from them and wanted to share with others my experience.

    joe
     
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    I'm not sure anyone spends less than five minutes on the phone with Mike! He's a great one to chat with and he does make great cast boolits!
     
  3. Shmackey

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    Their site lists "softer" cast bullets meant for "standard velocity" ammo, but I'm not sure if "standard" means faster than light target loads or slower than full-power loads.

    For medium-light .45 target loads, would the softer ones be preferable?
     
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    Not only are his prices good, so are his bullets. I have been shooting Mike's bullets for a long time and they are very good bullets. I'm sure you will like the results.
     
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