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A cast bullet is made by allowing molten metal to solidify in a mold. Most cast bullets are made of lead alloyed with tin and antimony; but zinc alloys have been used when lead is scarce, and may be used again in response to concerns about lead toxicity. Most commercial bullet manufacturers use swaging in preference to casting, but bullet casting remains popular with handloaders.

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  1. alelord

    Anyone use WS2 coated bullets? (tungsten disulfide)

    Hello all, I have some tungsten disulfide powder for coating bullets. It's supposed to help reduce barrel friction and help improve accuracy in jacketed bullets. My question is, has anyone used this for lead-cast bullets? If so, what were the results? I want to use it as an alternative to powder...
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