I go through the entire process of casting, powdercoating, loading, and shooting some hard cast round nose bullets using the high quality NOE bullet mold for my 10mm handguns. I had wanted a round nose bullet for 10mm plinking loads. Something that would feed simply and flawlessly in each of my 10mm handguns and carbines. This bullet mold seems to do the trick.
Today, I show in this video the entire process from start to finish how I cast, powder coat, load, and shoot some 250gr coated cast lead hollow points in the 44 magnum. This is one of my "go to" loads for blasting milk jugs without much recoil. These loads are perfect for maximum explosion with minimal recoil--great for those milk jug duels with the buddies. Got questions? Feel free to leave me a comment below, and I will do my best to answer it!
I purchased this Ruger Alaskan used many years ago, got a great deal on it, and when I went to fire some of my reloads I found out why. The Alaskan would only ignite 50%, if that, of my reloads. It proved to be 100% with Hornady factory ammunition. I called and also wrote Hornady […]