.38/.357 115 Gr. RN - Sized to .358 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
A great choice for steel challenge loads. Requires a taper crimp.
The 115 gr .38 cal bullets are a superb bullet if you prefer a fast bullet with just a little quick recoil. All of bayou bullets I've tried have been more accurate than plated an rivaled or surpassed cast or swagged clean up is like shooting plates or fmj at a reduced price. Tommy Furr on 8th Nov 2019
Cowboy shoot 38 short Colts with wad cutters. Would have leading with as few 20 rounds. Switched to these and have no leading even after 200 rounds. Unknown on 1st Aug 2017
I have already loaded 1000 of these bullets and they work fine. I just bought my second thousand and will keep using them as they make great rounds for target and competition shooting. They make using a speed loader easy as they index in the cylinder very quickly due to their shape. They are clean shooting leaving little to no barrel deposits and they are accurate. Great bullet to load and shoot. Paul Lichtenstein on 1st Jun 2017
I have used Bayou Bullets for a few years now. No complaints. Unknown on 20th Dec 2016
calipers say the bullet size is as stated, shoot clean, leave my barrel reasonably clean, do as needed Dale Lybbert on 27th Jul 2016
I bought these for both 38 spec and 9mm (after resizing), and for bullet die feed' ability...
The radius at the base lets the bullet drop deeper into the expanded case, to resist falling over/out during indexing on my progressive press.
They arrived promptly, with both inner boxes were blown open, but luckily the outer box held up to the weight and loose bullets inside.
Will buy again,
Kenstone Kenstone on 14th Apr 2016
I shoot a lot of steel matches with my M&P R8. The 115 in a .38 special case with 3.5 grains of Trail Boss is my current favorite load. I also tested it with Clays in a .38 Short Colt case from 2.1 to 2.5 grains. This load is a little snappy but still very accurate. Great bullets! Unknown on 3rd Mar 2016
Just shot 50 rounds today through two different revolvers. S&W models 64 w/ Burris Fast Fire III and Model 686 iron sights both four inch barrels. Compared with Bayou's 125gr. round nose coated bullet. Wanted to see the recoil difference between the two. Both bullets were behind 3.4gr 700X. Winchester small pistol primer. Both bullets were accurate at ten yards. The 9mm had less felt recoil. Also the 9mm seemed to be a little more accurate. I like the idea of NO LUBE GROOVE. More bullet "bite" through the barrel thus more accuracy.(Maybe)
Overall very good bullet. A lot less leading with coated bullets as well. If you are looking for a "Mid weight" grain bullet try a sample pak of these. You will not be disappointed. Unknown on 16th Sep 2015