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Old 04-30-2016, 09:48 AM
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I'm curious if anyone has tried their bullets and have an feedback? Price seems to be the lowest I can find and would allow me to shoot a bit more. Thanks!
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I think they are great and the price is surprisingly low. They shipped fast and I got good advice on seating depth. I just started loading these one month ago. So far I've only purchased the 233gr RN .45's and the 125gr RN 9mm. They load easy and shoot well from 5 to 25 yards.

Also, I found 30+ other positive comments about these bullets in this forum.

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Old 07-04-2017, 05:11 AM
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I've placed a few orders from him over the past year and a half. Mostly .45 200 gr SWC but also some 125 & 145gr 9mm. The prices, quality and service can't be beat. If you have any questions just send Donny an email and he'll get right back to you.
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Donny's bullets are VERY popular here in Montana with the SASS, IDPA. USPSA crowds.

I quit casting and use his bullets instead. They are THAT good of a deal!!

Randy
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No Hi Tek coated option?
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I have been using their projectiles in every caliber. Cheap and accurate. Just very smoky from the lube they use. After shooting an entire clip of 18 from my 9mm the indoor range is completely full of smoke. But it clears fast, great if you shoot outside or don't mind the smoke.
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