- Sep 27, 2008
My vote is, and always will be Bullshop. 1, Because i have hands on experience with them, They shot so Well for me that i sent an Original Bullshop Bullet to Accurate Molds and had it Copied, It is 1 of my TOP DOG .50 Cal Bullets. 2, Bullshop Dan is who Taught me the importance of Bullet lube, and how it can DRASTICALLY effect Accuracy, He wasn’t trying to sell me anything, He GENUINELY Helped me, Dan is a straight up good guy! And lastly, I weighed The Bullshop Bullets from Dan, They were All within 1 Grain of Eachother, Awesome Quality Control, Another BIG DEAL to me. If i am Gonna Burn the Powder to Test a Bullet, i want those Bullets to ALL be IDENTICAL to eachother
Open/Peep Sights, My Bullshop “Copy” Bullet, This Bullet will do this EVERYTIME out as long as i do my Part
The ONLY experience i have with No Excuses Bullets is Doing a Lead Hardness Test on them, Which i did for 2 Concerned forum members here that sent me Bullets to Test with my Cabin Tree Lead Hardness Tester. In Short, The No Excuses had failed a Bullet Test here. Myself, and a few others suspected they were HARD (like an alloy) and NOT pure Lead, And that is PRECISELY what i found when i Tested them, There were HARD Bullets mixed in with Soft Bullets from the Same Box, Which is a BAD DEAL!! anyone that knows much about Lead Bullets, Knows this is HORRIBLE for Accuracy, Hard and Soft Bullets Can Group Differently, VERY DIFFERENTLY.
The Thread on the Above can easily be Found here, I even Did a YouTube Video on it. In the Video i show you how to Spot a “Hard” Bullet by the Sprue Cut.
In Defense Of No Excuses Bullets, Dave (Owner) Joined the thread and was More Than Willing to Replace Bullets that ANYONE suspected was Hard, and I believe he did so? He claimed to of gotten a Batch of Hard Lead by Accident? He was Willing to make it Right with Customers, KUDOS to No Excuses Bullets for doing that
If i were to purchase Lead Bullets from ANYONE, I would like to Know if they are Weighed, and Sorted? What Tolerance can I expect? Do you take care in Protecting the Bullet Bases? REMEMBER, It is the Bullet Base that Steers the Bullet, NOT the Nose! I personally Except NOTHING but PERFECT Bullet Bases. I was taught this By 2 WORLD Champion BPCR Shooters
There is a Reason That Buffalo Arms Ships Their Swaged, Cupped Base Paper Patch Bullets in these Boxes, They are INDIVIDUALLY Protected. What happens if Lead Bullets are Tossed in the Same Box and Allowed to “Roll around” and Bang against eachother? They get Dinged up! Buffalo Arms/Bitter Root bullets addresses that issue here
Thanks for the info!
I’ve been to bull shop’s website, and after being there I have no idea what he has or how to obtain it.i wouldn’t even know what style bullet to convey to him over a phone call.