Thursday, March 24, 2016

Blue Bullets? Black Bullets?

It's been a while since I did any real reloading.  This Cowboy shooting thing has taken all my time and attention.  In my defense, I have no shortage of handloaded ammo around the place, so I really haven't had to do any reloading.

But, I was looking around at Joe's place today, and I see two companies who might be worth remembering, so I'm linking them here.  You all know t hat I use this blog as much for my own reference as yours, but Joe links to two bullet manufacturers I've never used.  Blue Bullets, and Black Bullets.  Both of them seem to be selling coated lead bullets, which might be really useful if you have neither the time, inclination, materials, or equipment to cast your own.

I cast my own bullets, but I'm not ashamed to use someone else's bullet when I find myself in a bind for time or materials.

They're pretty, ain't they?  Those are the blue bullets.  The black bullets look a lot like that except that they're.... black.

It looks like shipping is free.


Old Grafton said...

And don't forget Berry's bullets. Swaged, copper-plated and swaged again. Extremely uniform and accurate--the only "complaint" (if you can call it a "complaint")is that they're so SMOOTH they're hard to grab with my sausage fingers... LOL

Old NFO said...

Interesting... Never seen colored ones before! :-)

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