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Missouri Bullet!

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by JLDickmon, Sep 21, 2012.

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  1. JLDickmon

    JLDickmon Member

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    Announced a 78 grn round nose flat point in .312 for .32 H&R this morning..

    I ordered a thousand for all that .32 S&W and .32 S&W Long brass I have laying around...

    just in case anyone gave a rip..
     
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    Yeah, brad posted a picture of that bullet on his facebook page. Its a cute little sucker for sure! Almost enough to make me buy a .32.
     
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    that's where I saw it, too.
    I ordered mine right then and there..

    Missouri Bullet is quickly becoming my go-to for cast bullets.. I've barely got time enough to reload, much less scrounge lead, melt an alloy, pour ingots.. then clean that mess up...

    melt ingots and cast slugs.. harden, size & lube them.. clean THAT mess up..

    Tumble, size, load, tumble and then clean up a third, fourth or fifth time depending on how pristine I can keep the bench in between..

    now, if I had something esoteric that I NEEDED to cast for, I probably would.. but that would also make brass an issue, and I can't think of anything that would be THAT neat to have..
     
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