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SinCityGlocker
11-26-2011, 16:20
Has anybody used bullets from this company? I am especially interested if anyone has used the ones linked to. I plan on using them in a 1911 and sig 220. I shoot most of my .45 through a glock 21, and am curious if anyone has tried these through a poly barrel.
http://www.velocitybullets.com/products/.45-ACP-230-Grain-Round-Nose-Sized-to-.452.html

fredj338
11-27-2011, 09:31
Has anybody used bullets from this company? I am especially interested if anyone has used the ones linked to. I plan on using them in a 1911 and sig 220. I shoot most of my .45 through a glock 21, and am curious if anyone has tried these through a poly barrel.
http://www.velocitybullets.com/products/.45-ACP-230-Grain-Round-Nose-Sized-to-.452.html

The price is fair, others to look at.
http://mastercastbullets.com/productpricelist.html
http://uniqueprecisionbullets.com/prices.htm
http://www.twoalphabullets.com/Products.htm
http://www.missouribullet.com/details.php?prodId=59&category=5&secondary=13&keywords=

Walking Softly
11-27-2011, 19:02
Here's another source for bullets,

http://www.kingshooters.com/better-bullets-c-463.html

They're based outside Philadelphia, but will ship via USPS flat flat.

They make a good product, and great people stand behind it.

SinCityGlocker
11-27-2011, 20:36
Im currently using xtremes for my glocks (keeping my money in state) anybody been successful using lead in .45 for glock? I'm too chicken poop to try it in 10mm, but i think .45 should be plausible...

freakshow10mm
11-27-2011, 20:41
Use lead for 10mm and .45. The TC (aka FP) feeds well in Glocks. I like 180gr in the 10mm and 230gr for the .45. WSF is a great powder for both using lead bullets. 6.0gr WSF with either 180gr in 10mm or 230gr in .45 is a nice shooting load.

SinCityGlocker
11-27-2011, 20:47
Use lead for 10mm and .45. The TC (aka FP) feeds well in Glocks. I like 180gr in the 10mm and 230gr for the .45. WSF is a great powder for both using lead bullets. 6.0gr WSF with either 180gr in 10mm or 230gr in .45 is a nice shooting load.

Is it hot enough to emulate a stout load without being hot enough to cause leading? I prefer my range loads to be close in recoil to my useful loads to generate good practice. Also can i ask which primers you are using in those loadings? I have several k of win wlp's on hand, but nothing else in lp right now.

freakshow10mm
11-27-2011, 23:22
The 10mm runs about 970fps. 7.0gr will bring you to 1150fps. 9.2gr Longshot behind a 180gr will be a good medium-heavy load that is very accurate.

The .45 runs about 850fps. Plenty.

ETA: WLP, CCI300, CCI350, etc doesn't matter. I haven't noticed accuracy being affected by primer sticking with CCI or Winchester. Currently I run CCI300 for less than 10gr powder and CCI350 for over 10gr powder (like Blue Dot or #9). I have used WLP in the past, but CCI runs smoother in my press than Winchester.

sig2009
11-28-2011, 15:30
Here's another source for bullets,

http://www.kingshooters.com/better-bullets-c-463.html

They're based outside Philadelphia, but will ship via USPS flat flat.

They make a good product, and great people stand behind it.

Bullets that I don't cast I buy from Roger at Kings Shooters at the PA gun shows. Good people and great product!

32dgrz
11-28-2011, 15:53
Has anybody used bullets from this company? I am especially interested if anyone has used the ones linked to. I plan on using them in a 1911 and sig 220. I shoot most of my .45 through a glock 21, and am curious if anyone has tried these through a poly barrel.
http://www.velocitybullets.com/products/.45-ACP-230-Grain-Round-Nose-Sized-to-.452.html
I don't shoot in my glocks but do use both their 44s and 38s. Shoot well. I been using one on freds list and am happy with them. good service and product for the non caster.
http://mastercastbullets.com/productpricelist.html