This category of products seeks interest in hard to find calibers that sportsmen would like to see bullets available so they can reload and keep great firearms shooting their best. I am in the tooling phase for this range of calibers; tooling has been ordered! The once placed, the tool and die company knows I mean business and we discuss the intricacies of the tooling so I can get the most out of that tooling. Specifically, a bullet's weight is contained in the shank of the bullet, i.e. the area directly behind the ogive. For a given ogive, the weight range the tooling can produced is discussed and selected. In this case, I should be able to supply bullets well under 125 grains and heavier than 425 grains. Until I get the tooling and test, these numbers are likely conservative. Core seating is another process to accommodate and it is the design of the core seater that allows me to seat the cores for a given end profile. This generally means one die yet several seating punches to seat the lead within the jacket at various locations or seat the lead outside of the jacket. The Point Form dies are where the tooling get expensive. The point form satisfies the ogive and final shape of the bullet. Want to change the shape? Yes, you need a different point form die. Rifle and pistol ogive tooling was selected to insure a proper ogive for the application. Flat tips, hollow points, etc. are taken into consideration. It is here that I don't want to scrimp and try to apply one design to all applications. I've included a Saber Tooth design into the point forming as well to produce a preformed, segmented Round Nose or Flat nose with closed or open (hollow point) capability.
Bullets made in this category will satisfy the needs of firearms chambered for the following cartridges (not all inclusive):
Let me know what cartridge you need to load for in this diameter range so I can evaluate it and get it included!