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45 caliber 200 grain Semi-Wadcutter - 1000 count MATCH GRADE

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Price: $92.89
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Item Number: 45-200 SWC (1000) MG

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(12 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
First-time reviewer
Ronald Blomquist (Indianapolis, IN) 5/17/2012 2:57 PM
I've never written anything about any products, so MidAtlantic, you're my first. The 200 grain SWC was flat amazing. Never saw much of a difference in most bullets, particularly in the .45. Wrong, the SWC's seem to love all of my pistols and really have yet to find a way to load a bad cartridge. Both loading and feeding have been flawless. Brother said try them, you should too. Thanks for speedy service and excellent products. Same experience with .44 bullets. Thanks again. RSB
John (Port Saint Lucie, FL) 12/29/2011 9:10 AM
Received bullets Christmas Eve. Supper fast shipping! The quality of the casting and overall appearance and dia. of the bullets was superb. You will be my go-to cast bullet supplier. Thank you much for your fine shipment. Will order more soon.
Great Product
David Myers (Rockville, MD) 10/23/2011 9:15 AM
This is a great product. Fast shipping and great customer service. These bullets load easily and like they say are match grade. Very accurate in my Kimber 45. I also shoot a 9mm and love the 9mm round point.
Great bullet, especially at this price
Ronald Sutton (Orlando, FL) 10/15/2011 2:19 PM
I recently purchased my first .45 ACP pistol, a SA 1911 Loaded. I reload every type of ammo I shoot, but was stunned by the high price of .45 ACP jacketed bullets. A bit of reading showed that many 1911 reloaders use cast bullets so I decided to give these a try. The beveled base makes them easy to seat, and my Dillon seating die works perfectly when configured for SWC bullets. I seat them to a COAL of 1.236" over 4.6 gr of Win 231, which gives me a mild load for target shooting. I haven't done rigorous accuracy testing yet; still tinkering with my new 1911 to figure out what works best for my on-the-small-side hands. However, there are no immediately obvious accuracy issues; I just successfully fired my first NRA Expert-level handgun target using them.
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