Cheap lead projectiles meister bullets

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erreertt

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9mm lead accuracy and function test.
First time loading lead. Not a big fan but it is a cheap solution
 

dougader

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I've been using their 94 grain .32 bullets in my 32 hrm revolvers for several years, since about 2008.
 

Chuck 100 yd

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Meister bullets , like any other cast bullets, need to fit the gun and be driven at appropriate velocity for the bullets hardness or leading can result along with poor accuracy. I have used lots of Meister bullets and find their quality on par with most other commercial cast bullets.
 

erreertt

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Chuck 100 yd said:
Meister bullets , like any other cast bullets, need to fit the gun and be driven at appropriate velocity for the bullets hardness or leading can result along with poor accuracy. I have used lots of Meister bullets and find their quality on par with most other commercial cast bullets.
Thanks for the info and comment
 

Johnnu2

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Another positive (+1) for Meister bullets....been using them for several years in my .32 cal guns especially.
 
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