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...at reasonable (IMO) prices.

The former, by the 500- or 1000case is at ammoman.com, while the latter is at Ammotogo.com.

I've expansion-tested the nonbonded GSs in .40S&W--they came apart--but all I see of the Bondeds appears excellent. I have a 500case coming.
 

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...at reasonable (IMO) prices.

The former, by the 500- or 1000case is at ammoman.com, while the latter is at Ammotogo.com.

I've expansion-tested the nonbonded GSs in .40S&W--they came apart--but all I see of the Bondeds appears excellent. I have a 500case coming.
I received the bonded GS's yesterday.:cool: Not much of a cavity in these. Now I need me some phone books and magazines.:supergrin:
 

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I received the bonded GS's yesterday.:cool: Not much of a cavity in these. Now I need me some phone books and magazines.:supergrin:
Denin-covered waterjugs work well for me.


I now cover the first one with 4 or 8 layers of denim.
 

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I pulled a bullet to compare it with a 124gr non bonded golden saber.The difference to me are the longer driving band and a really shallow cavity(almost a flat point). Bullet length is .549. Driving band only measures only .354 which small for 357sig. Top half above driving band is .346. Sorry for lack of picture clearness.
 

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I pulled a bullet to compare it with a 124gr non bonded golden saber.The difference to me are the longer driving band and a really shallow cavity(almost a flat point). Bullet length is .549. Driving band only measures only .354 which small for 357sig. Top half above driving band is .346. Sorry for lack of picture clearness.
Once again,sorry for blurry pics. At a diameter of .354 I'm going to watch for bullet set back. Also the rounds have an OAL of 1.130-1.125 which makes the crimp above the driving band. Nothing but neck tension and glue holding it.
 

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Chronograph results using a ProChrono out of a factory G32 barrel.

1. golden saber 125gr.- 1338fps
2.golden saber 125gr.-1337 fps
3. pulled GS 125gr. bullet added 12.3gr #7- 1422 fps:supergrin:

4. #54234 gold dot- 1356fps
5.#54234 gold dot-1342fps

6.COP(125gr. copper hollowpoint) 9.0gr of h6 w/wsp- 1311fps
7.COP 125gr.- 8.5gr of h6 w/fed 200 spm primer- 1289fps
 
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