Pink Bullets

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by glock_19guy1983, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. My wife has recently taken a liking to my Aegis Custom. Apparently the cast lead bullets I load just aren't "cute":whistling: While surfing the web she came across these. I cant seem to find a US distributor for them. Anyone know of a manufacturer that makes a similar product? I had thought of calling bayou bullets, but Im scared that they would just laugh at me.:supergrin:

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  3. Anything it takes to bring the Wimmin folk into the shooting sports. Now that aside, I kind of like the idea for load workups. I usually just sharpie marker my headstamps , but I do that to check for pressure signs as well between loads. Too lazy to pick them up after every shot !!! Unless i'm working hot, then it's every round ...
    I'm betting there is a niche market for that in the US . Someone is gonna make some bucks if they fire it up stateside and sell'em

  4. I cringe at the thought of shipping 1000 230gr 45acp bullet from Slovakia to the USA. Those bullets are interesting, though. Shoot a dude with those, and it will definitely make the front page on CNN.
  5. Agreed. I wish I had the start up money to become a distributor.
  6. Yeah, I was hoping someone here did something similar to that. I occasionaly shoot a match with the guy that runs black bullet international, I may suggest the Idea to him If I see him at the next match.
  7. shotgunred

    shotgunred reloading nut

    Maybe its just me but I just don't get it.
  8. Glock, a local guy powder coats with lead-cast bullets. You might want to try that yourself since you're casting your own?

  9. I believe colored bullets would be succesful here. I can see where some colors would be popular with uspsa and idpa shooters, and other colors would be popular with the growing number of women shooters.
    #8 glock_19guy1983, Oct 6, 2012
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2012
  10. what kind of powder does he use? Ive tried lubing with tungsten Disulfide and moly but i get leading.
  11. Its not just you.

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