.45 ACP 200 Gr. RNFP - Sized to .452 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
A favorite for cowboy action shooters.
Got a 100 ct to samples these and see how my pistols liked them. These ran great in the guns! William R Cooke on 24th Jul 2020
Best, well constructed and accurate product I've used. Dr. Merv Rosen on 11th Jul 2020
Finish seems very good - love the red; it matches my Fusion's Red Pearl.
Bullet weight varied from a low of 199.3 to a high of 203.0; most were around 200.4-.7.
Hoping to load some this week. I won't use TG for a couple of reasons, one of which is it tends to be too hot for most coated bullets. I like WST; it meters well, easy to see, and you have to be terminally incompetent to double-charge a case with it (unlike TG). KGL on 2nd Jul 2020
Loaded these up over 4.8 titegroup
Smoke is minimal and virtually zero leading in 1911 and sig 227
Bullet quality is very good, coating was better than I expected
Shipped relatively quick considering the days we're in now and would recommend to people who want to try hi Tek coated bullets Unknown on 15th May 2020
Weather from my .45 Colt/Marlin lever action, or my M1911A1, for plinking or Cowboy Action
shooting, one need look no further then this bullet.
Oh, and it just so happens the best quality and pricing are to be had at Bayou Bullets.
You will not be disappointed.... K. E. Bernstein on 5th May 2020
I'm still working up a load with Clays but my first attempt with Titegroup was excellent. I keep looking for other powders besides Titegroup but don't know why, it just works and worked really well with this bullet in my Glock 21. The bullets load easily and are very uniform, definitely a good deal on quality bullets Jiohn on 23rd Oct 2019
I got these in a very timely manner, and they look great. I'm sure they will shoot great too. Bruce on 12th Sep 2019
This is my second case. Love them, they cycle in every .45 I own Brian Buaas on 30th Apr 2019
I run at 1.20 OAL and it works in everything. Brandon on 29th Mar 2019
Grouped into 1.5" in my Charles Daly 1911. Tom on 23rd May 2018