.45 ACP 255 Gr. RN - Sized to .452 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
A true heavy weight, these are great for shooting bowling pins.
100 Count Sample Pack
These Bayou Bullets are the best! Last season I was shooting 225 cast bullets at Pin Shoots. While the bullet always cleared the pin off the table I had some malfunctions due to leading and varying OAL due to seating dies getting gummed up from the cast bullets. I heard about bullets using a Hi-Tek coating getting very favorable results with accuracy as well as the gun being easy to clean and getting little to no smoke. I purchased several hundred Bayou Bullet sample packs including the 255 Gr. I have shot the 100 round sample pack without a malfunction through my Ruger SR1911 Target and CZ 97B No more spending hours trying to get leading out of the throat of the barrels! These bullets give excellent accuracy are quick and easy to clean and are dream to reload. I use a Mr. Bullet Bullet Feeder and these bullets feed just fine through it! Carter on 8th Mar 2018
Shot very good through my smith & wesson shield and full size.
Will continue to buy more and tell friends. Unknown on 21st Nov 2017
Yep. Pretty sure these are intended for 45LC. Being
un-conventional I wanted them for hiking and blowing up milk jugs full of frozen water. I used WST to develope a nice mild recoil thumper that's 865fps. They really dump energy on target @15 yds a d also decent at 25yds. Staggered mag with the and 230gr XTP Bullets in my Springfield hicaps 14+1. It's a backup to my 45/70. Great bullets and fantastic customer service. That's folks. Devil Squid on 9th May 2017
All I can say is if you are into shooting bowling pins then you have to get these. Bought a 100rds just to try out. I loaded them up with 4.1grs WST with a 1.210 C.O.L. and they are a one hit wonder for the pins. They just fly off the table like nothing. Also the recoil is very manageable with this load and doesn't beat you up too bad. Just used a stock SW1911 during this testing. Bill on 6th Oct 2014