My friend shoot Bear Creek bullets... and they are nice... minimal smoke compared to my lead stuff.
I'm thinking about trying moly coating my cast boolits... they are for 45acp and I shoot a lot of USPSA so less smoke = good.
Another thing... my mold drops the bullets almost to size, the resizer doesn't do much... I'm thinking I can skip sizing them and be good... Which would save a TON of time.
But for lubing I'd still need to use my lube/sizer... but if I was able to moly coat them... I would get away from this problem.
Been reading around and I'm interesting in finding more info about tumbling them in moly so the moly gets pounded into the bullets... I see people are using slow rotation rock tumblers to do this... it coats them well from teh looks of it.
How do bullets that are moly coated this way shoot??? Is it enough to prevent leading in 45acp??? And what is this I hear about cleaning the bore? I have shot commerical moly through my gun w/o issues, are there certain types that don't work as well?
Any help would be great.