.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.
Great consistent bullet, no leading, truly hard cast. Accurate. Kevin from Georgia on 5th Jun 2020
Have shot about a half ton of these.
Accurate and consistent Chip on 25th Apr 2020
Pick them out. Order them. They get here real quick. Some assembly required and they work just fine. I'll be back. Thanks Chuck on 13th Mar 2020
Bayou Bullets has never let me down. Shipping is super fast and very well packed. I enjoy banging steel at 100+ yards with my .44 mag SS Super Blackhawk Hunter with Nikon BDC scope using their bullets. Easy peasy. No leading or exposed lead to handle. Bayou Bullets is my go to business for these type of bullets along with their .45LC bullets. Very pleased. Jim W. on 2nd Nov 2019
I loaded some of these 240 gr .430 " up with Longshot, I think 3-4" groups of 6 out of newer 5" bbl 629 classic at 50 yds consistently. If I can do this with open sights suspect they are capable of 1/2 this size or better. These are the best coated bullets I've found so far for 44 mag. There is some residue left in bbl after shooting 50 or so but not much and it can be removed easily in one or two passes with copper choreboy wrapped around an old brush. 4 stars instead of 5 because of residue but again, these are the best coated bullets for 44 mag I've found.
If shooting a Ruger check your throats, .431 sized seems to provide the best accuracy as all 44 mag Rugers I've owned, have oversized cylinder throats ~.431-.432. Excellent accuracy when sized to .431 in a recent Ruger Super Blackhawk hunter. I do not know exactly why throat lead/coated bullet must match throat size so closely for best accuracy, however, my theory is if throat does not match (non jacketed) bullet size gases leaking by base of bullet cause erosion on the rear of the bullet differently each time and this effects the bullet when it leaves the muzzle. Jeff on 9th Jun 2019
I loaded some of these 240 gr .430 " up with longshot, i think 3-4" groups of 6 out of newer 5" bbl 629 classic at 50 yds consistently. If I can do this with open sights suspect they are capable of 1/2 this size or better. These are the best coated bullets I've found so far for 44 mag. There is some residue left in bbl after shooting 50 or so but not much and it can be removed easily in one or two passes with copper choreboy wrapped around an old brush. Jeff on 9th Jun 2019
Bayou Bullets sized these to .432 to match the over-sized cylinder throats of my S&W 629. I emailed BB on Sunday regarding sizing options, and received a personal phone call response Monday morning. I'm getting excellent results with 8.7 grs of Unique Unknown on 21st May 2019
Bought the .44 cal 240 gr SWC in both .430 and .432. Loaded up some .44 Mag with 10.0 gr Unique, and .44 Special with 7.5 gr of Unique. Shot the magnums out of my 629, and my Flattop Blackhawk. Shot very well with no leading or fouling. The .432s will eventually be tested in my Win 94 Trapper.
I shot the Specials out of my Lipsey's Flattop .44 Special. Excellent accuracy and no leading. I'm buying more of that bullet very soon. Dave N. on 12th May 2019
Purchased a case of these during free shipping sale. Received order within days. This was a heavy box to ship and the box and contents arrived undamaged due to the good packaging job. Product shoot good and do not lead the barrel if you keep the velocity reasonable. Michael on 6th Feb 2019
Ordered at .432 for my rifle, and that's what they miked. Swaged some to .430 for my revolver, coating was undamaged. Test fired some of those, bore stayed clean. Good stuff. Bob Lombard on 6th Nov 2018