.44 Caliber 215 Gr. SWC - Sized to .430 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
A lighter/softer shooting version of the popular 240 SWC
This polymer-coated .44-caliber projectile is an odd weight (215 gr; SWC), but I simply extrapolated charge weights of three powders (Unique, HS-6 and Bullseye), and all three performed quite well. I had good accuracy with a lever long-gun chambered in .44-mag, and came home with a relatively clean bore (just powder residue; little or no leading) at the end of the day. Clean-up was a breeze.
I'll get more without hesitation. Thanks for a good product. Jim Buell on 14th Mar 2015
I've been shooting S&W mod. 29's & 629's 44 mags since 1957. I used sierra jacketed bullets until several years ago, but thanks to our incompetent leader's in wash D.C. I could no longer afford them. I have been using PENN bullets they make a fine cast bullet, the best in my opinion, but they are exposed lead and use a fine lube. they shoot great, but they require a lot of clean up after loading and shooting. an idp shooter told me about these coated bullets he shoots them in his 9mm glock in idpa no leading. I ordered 500 240 gr gold bullets to test, using my S&W mod 229-5 44 mag. I loaded up 100 rnds using 3 powder's fast-med-slow burning unique-2400-imr4227. velocities low to high=978 to1487. (WOW) no leading bore clean. ran a oil patch thru just a little powder residue ran a dry patch came out clean,look down bore with lite looked like new.(this old man is impressed) i justed ordered 1500 215gr gold bullets,clean loading & shooting..love them........... jerry fox on 29th Jun 2014