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.38/.357 105 Gr. FP - 1000 Ct.

15.00 LBS
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  • Product Description

    .38/.357 105 Gr. FP - Sized to .358 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.

    A great choice for Steel Challenge and Cowboy Action type matches.  Has a crimp groove.

    1000 Count

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    1. Great Bullets

      Top quality bullets with fast delivery! on 20th Nov 2019

    2. 105 g 38's

      great product in both uniformity of weight and color. on 23rd May 2019

    3. Great Product

      They work well in my 929 as well as my Trr8 great groups very little smoke on 26th Jun 2017

    4. consistent size

      All the bullets were clean well coated and consistent in size.. on 24th Apr 2017

    5. The same for less

      I have been using this weight and style bullet from another company. Your's are ten bucks less for 1,000 delivered. That's a considerable savings. I use this bullet in a 38 short colt case in a 627 Pro for steel challenge. on 5th Apr 2017

    6. 105 gr in .357 dia

      great bullet for steel shooting at a great price on 4th Mar 2017

    7. Nice Change From Plated Bullets

      I always used plated bullets before a friend suggested trying Bayou Coated Bullets and gave me some to tryout. I'm hooked!

      Nice coated bullets with fast delivery & reinforced packaging at a great price. The 105 Gr. bullets with a 4.6 Gr. load of Winchester 231 runs smoothly in my S&W mod 10. Had a blast at a recent Steel Challenge match, Ordered a new S&W Mod. 327 TRR8 and hoping for the same results in performance and accuracy.
      on 9th Nov 2016

    8. Trying this bullet for IDPA

      It is a challenge to find a round which will consistently make IDPA power factor (with 38 spl, REV Class) with a charge/bullet weight combo that will stay below plus P. I shoot mostly a S & W mdl 15 with 2 inch barrel, 38 spl. This revolver can be used in both SSR and Bug divisions. I have used 158 g, 135g, 125g. To consistently reach power factor I've found that loads must push the low end of plus P with those rounds.

      I have now had the chance to evaluate several loads with 105g 38 spl round ordered. I find that again, I'm beginning to push plus P. With 4.9 grains of 231, Power Factor is made. At these velos, the rounds runs flat, good point of hold, with very manageable muzzle flip, the pulse is noticeable as is the muzzle blast. The price paid for pushing this round is that the bullet coating leaves residue on/in the weapon. There is not enough power factor available to lighten the powder charge. Of course with a milder load the bullets run clean. The velos well below IDPA minimum power factor.

      I'd like to stick with this round for its down range accuracy provided coating residue is easy to remove. The jury is still out.
      on 10th Jun 2016

    9. Great Bullet for Cowboy Action Shooting!

      First of all, the bullets arrived in three business days. Made the cartridges with the new bullets. Results; used less clays gun powder, the revolver recoil was almost next to nothing, bullets hit the steel targets, increased my speed of fire, and the barrel had zero leading compared to using other lead bullets. I will purchase more bullets!

      on 8th Mar 2016

    10. Makes a great target load!

      I load mine with a "bottom of the range" grains of Bullseye. Accurate and not too much recoil for practicing with a S&W 642 which is my carry gun. It is very small which makes it easy to carry but not friendly for long practice sessions until I came up with this light load........Jim on 6th Oct 2015

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