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MISSOURI BULLET COMPANY CAST 45c (.452) 185gr SWC BUTTON 500/BX
Missouri Bullet Company bullets are “Hardness-Optimized” for your intended application. Every box of bullets displays the BHN (Brinell Hardness Number), which is constantly sampled and monitored. Specially created alloys determine the bullet hardness which varies based on the intended caliber and application. Once you try bullets optimized for the velocity of the loads you shoot, you'll never buy another manufacturer's cast bullet! This is not loaded ammunition.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
185 Grain SWC Flat-Base
Classic H&G 130-Style
For Bullseye Velocity
Read 5 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Really good bullet
By Lyle S.
on Jul 27, 2020
Very good quality and price that puts it in line with 9mm reloading cost. Will buy more!
Best deal for .45
By Adam D.
on Feb 07, 2020
Hard to find cheaper .45 bullets
By Kevin K.
on Sep 06, 2019
So easy to load and work with. These are perfect for practice sessions. I load just enough powder to reliably cycle my Rock Island 1911 and it eats them like candy. I use in 45 Colt as well. Very accurate and economical. Get some!
Missouri 185 grain Button .452"
By Rob R.
on Jan 16, 2019
These are the most accurate bullets that my SAA in .45 Colt will shoot. Absolutely no complaints. At standard velocity, these are the best. They leave the barrel clean. Great price, and Grafs has them to my house in 4 days.
nice cheap plinking load
By Benjamin W.
on Oct 26, 2018
Using these in a Kimber Custom Target 1911 and they seem to work well. Only shot about 100 of them or so and had two or three failures to feed but this could easily be due to seating depth. I'm using them over xxgr Unique (just because that's what I've got a lot of). Good for shooting steel. Nice when a 45acp load cost about the same as a 9mm!
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