It’s not my idea it’s been around longer than I’ve been alive. It should work fine for your rifle. You don’t HAVE to have lubrisizer. I think this works good enough for rounds you aren’t shooting a lot at a time. This is the guy I got the lube from. He gives a better demo.That was educational zetor, I’d never seen them done like that. I may have to steal the idea if I start casting for 45-70.
a type of bake on powder or ? ? ?polymer coated cast lead bullets are made from 92-6-2 commercial casting alloy and coated with Hi-Tek Heat Set Supercoat that molecularly bonds to the lead encasing the entire projectile in a protective shell that is self-lubricating.
Interesting thought. I never tried. Just walked over and grabbed one twisted pulled pushed on the side. Nothing budged. Tapped it on the table still nothing. Measured the OAL and it was still good.Can you adjust OAL by twisting the base? 😁
It is bake on.My screen shows those projectiles as red in color. Is the
a type of bake on powder or ? ? ?