.44 Caliber 240 Gr. SWC - Sized to .430 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
A hard hitting .44 in the popular Keith design.
I saw a good review on a reloading forum and ordered 100 to try in my S&W 629 .44 Mag. They were shipped the same day and came nicely packaged. The bullets looked really good especially the coating which was clean and durable. They shot and grouped beautifully behind 6 grains of "Clays" powder which is a nice target load. No smoke or fouling. You couldn't ask for better performance. I immediately turned around and ordered 500 more. I love these bullets! Nick Kopcha on 7th Dec 2017
I have not loaded any 44 mag. cartridges yet but they work great in 44 spl. with no signs of leading. My pet load for 44 mag has been a 240gn Lee cast bullet with a copper gas check that I apply 3 coats of hi-tec coating over 7.5 to 8.3 gr of univ. clays. If the Bayou bullet works as good as my own coated bullets I'll be buying all my bullets from Bayou from now on. lew med on 28th Nov 2017
Naturally they are a great value. In 44 the 240 grain SWC did not lead up the bore and were very accurate. I will be using your bullets from now on. Dennis S on 27th Apr 2017
These bullets are one of the best values available on the market. The bullets are high-quality, provide excellent weight consistency and the coating definitely prevents leading. JLS on 4th Apr 2017
These bullets exceeded my expectations. The chamfer allows for east seating with minimal expansion of the brass required. They shoot accurately and, due to the coating, minimize cleaning. My only regret is that I did not order more. Thanks for the great product! John Cline on 3rd Apr 2017
Great product and fast shipping. Best accuracy to date out of my Super Blackhawk. Look forward to trying the 215 gr. bullets. Unknown on 15th Feb 2017
I bought these to to reload for my Super blackhawk I had them sized at .431 and loaded then with 9 grains of Unique. Groups are excellent and no leading. I placed my order on Thursday and it arrived on Saturday. I will definitely do business with Bayou Bullets in the future Unknown on 20th Jan 2017
I took the bite for a box of 500 after trying out a couple of hundred. Very accurate bullet once I found a good powder combination. Tried probably 10 loads before I got one that worked well in my older T/C Contender barrel. Good economical alternative for putzing around shooting. I probably won't cast my own for .44 ever again; once coated bullets came out, that was a game-changer for me. At my age, I never shoot magnum loads,arthritis in wrist. I have a nice soft-ball load that mimics .44 Spec. that is fun to shoot. Gary S. on 1st Oct 2016
Just got /em. They look good. Joe on 5th Aug 2016
I shot 100 this past weekend, very little material in the barrel and accuracy did not fall off with .431. Accuracy was in the 5 in and less group of 5 at 50 yds off a rest with ruger super blackhawk 7.5". Occasional flyer every now and then caused by me. Off hand standing I shot once at 50 yds I was amazed, 6" group of 5, 4 of the 5 were in a 3" group. I didnt try that again, figured id never match it a second time anyway.
We were hitting 14X14 steel plates standing with no support at 200 yds and 36X36" at 300 yds often enough to make it worth continuing to try, 10-20%. As others have said, I seem to find the .431 size more accurate in the ruger. I dont know why more manufacturers dont offer it. I find the the 240 gr Keith style is really a good design for revolvers at least, i keep coming back to it, pretty good for just about everything. Very enjoyable experience without a lot of smoke from lead and lube.
Id like to track down some polymer coated ~230-250 gr keith style .4515/.452 for 45 colt +P loads. Ruger 45s are hit or miss with throat sizes.
Jeff on 3rd Aug 2016