.45 lead cast bullets

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  1. oldcars

    oldcars
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    These work awsome for a .45colt, and might feed in a .45 auto, but I have never tried. Nice light bullets make for a light recoiling practice or cowboy action load. Round nose, flat point, sized at .452" and weighing 150 grains.

    $75 per 1000, I have 4000 available.

    I live in the Gorge, but can deliver to the Portland or Bend area if you are not in a hurry. I will ship but buyer pays.
    5o3-7o3-2874 or email direct austensclassics at yahoo.com , but no spaces and @ instead of "at" The PM system seems to be unreliable lately so please call (NO texting) or email me

    Thanks and have a great day!
     
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    k7grc
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    Are you sure 150gr. round nose flat? Ive seen 150 semi-wad. I'd be interested in 180gr.
    thanks
     
  3. oldcars

    oldcars
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    They actually weigh about 155g but the box is marked 150. They really are a round nose flat point. In my 4 5/8" Blackhawk they shoot very well, the first group I shot with 6g of titegroup was 5 shots in 1.698" at 25 yards and that was with a crosswind! I like them for low recoil target loads, I just don't need them all.
     
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    Still got 'em
     
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