.44 Caliber 215 Gr. SWC - Sized to .430 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
A lighter/softer shooting version of the popular 240 SWC
I've been reloading & testing 44 Magnum with copper plated, FMJ and Bayou coated bullets and have done hundreds of chronometer measurements in the process. I can state that the most consistent speeds I got were from the Bayou coated bullets, including some single-digit standard deviations.
An F-test of the squared standard deviations (variances) provided proof of the superior performance of the Bayou coated bullets. Remarkable! Stephen "Statgeek" Czupryna on 23rd Jan 2021
Very good bullet. Easy to load. Very accurate
Lester Greevy on 23rd Dec 2020
Look good, load fine......I have not test fired any yet John A Brooks on 21st Sep 2020
This is a very good looking bullet and very accurate in my S&W 69 with 10 gr. of Unique. lester greevy on 26th Feb 2020
The coating works great for not leading up the barrel. Reloading was no problem with this bullet. David Barnhart on 30th Oct 2018
I have trouble with bog bore plated pistol rounds walking out due to recoil. These 44 mag being a thousandth bigger than plated stay put without a crimp. Another bonus is increased accuracy because of the size. I'll be a customer for life. Pat on 23rd Oct 2017
Everyone I've loaded them for has told me these bullets have giving them excellent results on the range and in the field. Three people have downed deer with them and have said the deer have gone less than 15 yds. after having been shot with not a lot of meat damaged and a good blood trial. I just bought a new Ruger Super Blackhawk Hunter that I'm loading some up for now. Will report on how this gun shoots with these bullets. Excellent shipping time and price. billybee1 on 1st Mar 2017
Tested out the 215 grain coated bullets to use a light target loads in the .44 mag. Loaded some up with 4.5 grains of Bullseye. VERY clean shooting. Very good 25 yard target load. Unknown on 22nd Feb 2017
With open sights I shot a 2" group today at 50 yds with ruger super blackhawk hunter mostly stock, some trigger work. I think i posted once already, but i didnt want to give the impression I could shoot 2" groups all day long with these, because theres no way I can , but I dont think its a fluke either. Cannot do it on command Im sure, or often for that matter, but to see it today then shoot at 12X12 steel at 200 yds and come close or connect I think its a winning combination. I tried a few other bullets and loads but nothing came close to 11 gr power pistol, winchester wlp primers and starline brass. 2400 worked well too, most groups were under 4" with either powder at 50 yds with these 240 gr SWCs.
Some other polymer coated bullets Ive tried are flaking off in places, these are very uniform. Absolutely no leading after 100 rounds of both the 215 gr and 240 gr coated bullets. As one of the gentlemen mentioned, if you want to shoot these in a ruger, check the cylinder throats, most Ive see are .431 so request .431 size if needed. .431 shoots noticeably better then .430 for me in the blackhawk. I never knew how much .001 mattered until I kept trying to get smaller and smaller groups at distance. I really like these bullets sized to .431 in the ruger. Unknown on 24th Jul 2016
Best group I ever shot today, with 11 gr power pistol and winchester WLP primers, starline brass 1.615 OAL. Good coating, others have areas that flake off, absolutely no leading after 100 rds with .431 sized in ruger super blackhawk hunter. As one gentlemen already pointed out, if you have a ruger check the throats on the cylinder, you want to be able to push the bullets to push through with a little effort, should not need a hammer but they should not just drop right through either. Request .431 for rugers generally. Unknown on 24th Jul 2016