What are full wadcutter bullets really good for? I think I generally know the answer to this question, but what are they really superior for?
I have a couple of nice wadcutter molds, in .44 and .45 caliber. I've never really used them beyond just casting a few bullets to try, and have other style bullets that I strongly prefer in those respective calibers. I'm trying to find a reason to keep them. I'd hate to get rid of something I'd regret selling down the road. They're nice 4-cavity mold that make really nice looking bullets.