.45 ACP 230 Gr. RN - Sized to .452 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
The most popular 45 ACP bullet we offer, popular in USPSA, IDPA and ICORE, with both semi auto and revolver shooters alike.
These bullets load and shoot very good. I am very pleased and will buy some more as soon as I can find primers! :) Tommy on 2nd Dec 2020
Used over 2000 in 45 and 9mm. No smoke and no fouling. Shooting is a breeze and Very Accurate. NEVER buy any place else. Fantastic reloading these poly type coated bullets. Fantastic loading. I have 2 1911's A1 FS, and will NEVER shoot anything else. Thank You for being the best. Hand Salute, MSgt Retired. MSgt Donald A Scow, Retired on 24th Oct 2020
Love the bullet, love the service. I don’t buy my coated Bullets any other place. Unknown on 17th Oct 2020
Weight was very good, loaded easily in progressive press with bullet feeder!
Will order again. Frankie Olthoff on 5th Oct 2020
Amazing bullets. Have reloaded many many thousands. Impossible to find something better. Unknown on 10th Sep 2020
Bullets reload very easy and shoot very consistent! Ron on 24th Aug 2020
They make a a quality bullet, I use them for all my hand gun reloading. The bullets are consistent and high quality and never let me down. The folks here have great customer service and have always treated me well. Paul Zani on 24th Aug 2020
These bullets load just like the jacketed bullets. The only difference I saw was that they grouped better with the same exact load.
I did have to make adjustments to my press. I found out I was not belling enough and I was not crimping right. Tommy on 18th Aug 2020
Once again Bayou bullets nails it! These projectiles are perfect and ran thru my Dillon 750xl flawlessly. Shane Klein on 8th Jul 2020
I've used these before and they're excellent bullets. Packaging could be better however. One box had broken open and bullets were loose in the outer box. Maybe lost a few bullets in transit, not sure.
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No packaging is safe from an abusive postal worker, mostly when the contents are heavy. James Moore on 15th Apr 2020