.38/.357 138 Gr. BNWC – Sized to .358 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
We offer this bullet at the request of a top Bianchi Cup Shooter, this bullet is capable of great accuracy at 50 yds.
Seated easily & securely in my brass. Bullets are a little hard for my application but I'll use them. Unknown on 12th Dec 2019
I have been shooting 38 special wad cutters in 138 gr for some time. Love the load. Extremely accurate. No nasty leading anymore. Richard Bawcom on 13th Jul 2019
Over 3.6 of Titegroup these are favored target bullets for my Smith 642. I haven't figured the best load for my heavier stainless model 60 though. Already ordered a larger batch of 500. John Di Saia on 22nd Mar 2019
Coating looks tough,weights are fairly uniform but average closer to 139gr which is no problem. Wish the base were beveled. Have not shot any yet though.
Jim Jim M on 27th Feb 2019
Best PPC bullet so far. Very clean.
Thanks John Kline on 5th Jan 2019
I like these for a couple of reasons. I can load BP revolver cowboy loads with no filler, and they are heavy enough to take care of any knockdowns encountered. Easier to load as dies and fingers stay cleaner. E Black on 12th Dec 2018
I tried these coated 138 g. .38/.357 wadcutters for the first time. They are accurate and punch nice clean holes in paper. I loaded some .357's and shot them in a 6.5" barrel at 15 yards and got a 2" pattern shooting off hand. Not bad. I will try some .38 specials next. Joseph Kropidlowski on 17th Nov 2018
Thought I'd try the 138gr. bullet and at this price I can't go wrong. Really fast shipping with no problem any where. Thanks for the great service. Unknown on 24th Feb 2018
Using these for SASS black powder loads. Fast shipping and quality bullets, try some! E Black on 7th Jan 2018
This is the second bullet I've ordered through Bayou, and again I was incredibly happy! I wanted a target bullet for light loads to use primarily in my Python. I've been loading them anywhere from 2.8 gr to 3.6 gr of TiteGroup and Red Dot. I've had great results with both, and can't wait to stretch out these loads and see how they perform at distance. Dave on 5th Jan 2018