Barnes: Barnes is best known for its legendary components, everything from the lead-core original bullets, to the legendary all-copper X bullet. This company was purchased by Remington Outdoors in 2009.
Berger: Berger bullets are high quality precision bullets, engineered and precisely made with very tight tolerances for match grade accuracy.
Hawk, Inc.: Hawk is the original developer and producer of soft copper jacketed hunting bullets. The soft jackets stay together, even with three diameters of expansion. They stretch and flow to support the mushrooming lead core, keeping the bullet intact even in extreme deformation or expansion.
Hornady: The Hornady product line includes over 300 bullets, ranging from 17 caliber all the way up to 50 caliber. From prairie dogs to dangerous game, they have the perfect bullet to meet every hunting and shooting need, all bullets precisely made for extreme accuracy potential.
Nosler: Best Known For; Partition, AccuBond, AccuBond Long Range, Ballistic Tip Hunting, Ballistic Tip Varmint, Ballistic Silvertip, Ballistic Tip Lead Free, Bonded Performance, Custom Competition, Expansion Tip, Solid, Varmageddon, Sporting Handgun Pistol, and Sporting Handgun Revolver, bullets.
Sierra: Bulletsmiths Best Known For Manufacturing; Varminter, BlitzKing, MatchKing, GameKing, Pro-Hunter, Sports Master, and Tournament Master Bullets.
Speer: Speer Bullets offer reliable, precise and proven performance. They have a long, rich tradition of quality reloading products offering affordable solutions for every type of bullet. Whether you handload for hunting or shooting, they likely offer a bullet perfect for your discipline.
Lead Cast Bullet Manufacturers:
Acme: ACME Bullet Company is a manufacturer of premium, hard cast lead bullets.
Alpha Bravo: Budget Bullets are made with alloy they smelt ourselves. It tests to a 11-12 Brinell Hardness. This provides hardness adequate for most shooting needs and a bargain price. For those wanting a harder bullet, they have our Hard Cast line. They use hardball, virgin alloy of 2% tin, 6% antimony and 92% lead. This checks out to 15 Brinell Hardness.
Badman Bullets: Theirhard cast bullets are manufactured from premium grade alloy, complimented with a high quality lube resulting in exceptional accuracy. there are many different calibers to choose from, including 44 Mag, 45 ACP, 380, 38 Special and many more. Their bullets have a Brinell hardness rating of 15.
Beartooth Bullets: All of their bullets are hand-cast then heat-treated to a BHN 21+, the same hardness of straight linotype alloy. These bullets have a lower antimony content than linotype however, which results in a bullet which isn’t as brittle, having a more ductile quality resulting in superior energy transfer on steel and live targets.
CB Bullets: They use an alloy of 92% lead, 6% antimony, and 2% tin, resulting in a BHN of 18. Their lube is a commercial, high temp, non tacky, wax based lubricant. Moly is a long-lasting surface lubricant, non-conductive, dry film. It is ideal for high temperature and pressure.
Cowboy Bullets: Soft cast (8-9 Brinnel), plain based cowboy action lead bullets will increase accuracy when using low and standard velocity loads. This company is dedicated to producing cast bullets only for cowboy action shooting and old west.
Falcon Bullet Company: Whether you shoot IDPA, USPSA, CAS, SASS, or any of other competitive disciplines they have the quality bullets you need. Reloaders, handloaders, and competitors are looking for consistency in their ammunition. Falcon Bullets uses foundry bullet alloy that consistently measures BHN 18.
Magnus: Hard cast rifle and pistol bullets with a Brinell Hardness between 16-20.
Meister: Their bullets are cast from triple cleaned virgin lead for accuracy and consistency. They have over 56 different cast lead bullets for all of your rifle and handgun needs. Meister seals their bullets resulting in cleaner reloading for the customer.
Moyers: They manufacture cast lead handgun bullets, cast lead rifle bullets, for muzzleloaders, cast lead roundballs and cast lead maxi balls.
Oregon Trail Bullets: Their silver alloy produces bullets that are harder than standard cast lead bullets without fear of leading and still protects the barrel from harsh wear.
Precision Rifle: This is the manufacturer of the world’s most accurate muzzleloader bullets. Includes QT, Dead Center, Keith-Nose, Ultimate 1 Conicals and Big Game. Sizing charts on-site for proper twist for ultimate accuracy.
Ringers Bullets: Ringers moderately hard cast cowboy bullets yield approximately 10 BHN to 12 BHN. Autoloader bullets are cast from a harder alloy that will give you great performance. Ringers bullets are designed and cast for all your shooting needs.
SNS Casting: These are a polymer coated bullet. Not to be confused with copper wash, there is no (copper, brass, metal) in their coating. All bullets are from certified 92/6/2 alloy with a Brinell hardness of 16-17.
Xtreme: All of their Superior Cast Bullets (SCB) are ‘hard cast’ using a tough, time-proven alloy. Their hard alloy combined with the most efficient bullet lube available enhances accuracy and minimizes barrel fouling. Literally hundreds of X-Treme SCB bullets can be fired without any decline in accuracy and without cleaning your barrel.
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