|05-13-2002, 09:09 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
I don't want to shoot traditional lead cast bullets because of the leading problem. Based upon my research, albeit limited, I'm leaning towards Precision Bullet out of Texas because the bullets stay in spec and don't have to be swaged after plating like some other bullets need. Also, the coating seems awfully durable if it can a blowtorch can be taken to it and the lead melts before the coating. The prices seem very good, even after factoring in shipping.
Does anyone have any experience with them? Also, if you do use them, what would you recommend for an IDPA load for the 230 RN preferably with Win 231 or Hodgden Titegroup?
|05-13-2002, 11:11 AM||#2|
Join Date: May 2001
I think you will be very pleased with those precision bullets. I have been using them for some time now and have nothing but good things to say for them. If they made pin shooting bullets I'd be using them in everything I compete in. I think that your best bet for IDPA will be the 200SWC. I believe its accuracy potential is superior to almost any other weight/shape available in the caliber. I use the 225 TC and the 200 rn as well but the 200 SWC is the thing-a-ma-bob what does the job when accuracy counts. I use them over 3.8 or 3.9 of VV N310 for plates and plinking and 4.4 or 4.5 to make PF for IDPA.
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