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Posted: April 05 2018 at 10:46am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

Don't know if anyone cares but Incepter sent me a e-mail about there bullets now being available for reloading. I have shot these bullets from Insepter and also from Rugar and I thought they were OK. Very light as it is a polymer/copper mix. Anyway they are available at Midway and other places. Enjoy!! Craig

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Posted: April 06 2018 at 4:23am | IP Logged Quote REM1875

Thanks Craig--- I been thinking about them ......

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Posted: April 06 2018 at 5:54am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

BTW load data is available at the Incepter website. HP-38 and Titegroup are two that I will try as I have them. I will work up power pistol as I test. Craig

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Posted: April 06 2018 at 2:02pm | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

I did a comparison of h38 and titegroup with power pistol and decided on 7.0g power pistol to start. I have shot 100g bullets at 6.9 so this being 65g weight should be a safe starting point. Any input would be nice. Craig

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Posted: April 08 2018 at 6:43am | IP Logged Quote REM1875

No Advice Craig but I am kinda interested in them so
please keep us updated

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Posted: April 08 2018 at 7:51am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

Order tracking said they will be here Monday. I will load and shoot in a day or two. Weather is still a major factor here. Craig

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Posted: April 08 2018 at 7:29pm | IP Logged Quote turbo1889

I buy factory ammo loaded with these
bullets and it is some of the few factory
loads I buy instead of load myself so am
very interested in this.

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Posted: April 09 2018 at 4:29am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

Yeah so did I. Incepter makes them and Rugar also made them and I shot some but at 1.00 each you end up loading them for carry and shooting something else. I think my cost we be around .25 or so each! You can shoot a few at that price. Hope to get them today. Weather is nice so should be able to shoot soon. Craig

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Posted: April 09 2018 at 8:21am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

I have received these and loaded 10 with 7.0g Power Pistol.Since it has started to snow I may load up some with the recommended amount of h-38 and titgroup. I still may shoot this afternoon. Craig

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I bought a box outta curiosity, the loaded ammo with the
two piece alloy/stainless cases. I won't be doing any
more of tha; $$$! Jes fer grins I shot one into my
stacked magazine "bullet stop". I know it means little,
but the bullet penetrated about 3"-3 1/2" and did not
deform. Damage to the magazine "block" was less than my
JHP 9mm loads (I duct taped a bunch of old magazines
together to about 6" which will stop my 45 ACP, hot 9mm,
and hot 38 special loads. I ain't tried my 357 or 44
Mags). This was outta my 3" Ruger LC9s at 10'...

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Posted: April 09 2018 at 12:21pm | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

It's a little hard to understand how these bullets are supposed to work. It's ultra high speed spinning when it hits water in a body using hydraulic action the water is coming off the bullet 4 times faster than the bullet is traveling. It causes a 3" to 6" wound cavity. another way to put it is the bullet doesn't do the damage it's the water coming off the bullet that does the damage!! Craig

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Posted: April 09 2018 at 1:11pm | IP Logged Quote turbo1889

"Fluid" would be more correct then "water", but then
that would be nitpicking.

I can confirm that the Ruger factory 45-ACP load using
this bullet will put the smack down on a whitetail doe
at 27-yards out of a 3.3" barrel handgun:




Quartering towards frontal shot entering just forward
of her left front leg there and exiting just forward
of her right rear hock. What is very interesting is
that the enterance hole was like a crater and blew
about a 1" diameter hole in here hide with liquified
flesh sprayed all around in a circle that if you click
on the image for its larger size version you can
clearly see. Never seen that before on an entrance
hole, exit hole on the other hand was just a small
sub-caliber hole in the hide with little to no blood.
It kind of does the exact opposite of normal bullets
on game with the energy damage mainly on the impact
side and not on the exit side which makes sense for a
self defense load.

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Posted: April 10 2018 at 2:06am | IP Logged Quote REM1875

Odd appears someone was doing the same research we were
......and manufacturing them ......
From the American Rifleman

https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2018/4/3/shell
-shock-technologies-nas3-cartridge-case-6plus1-
challenge/

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Posted: April 10 2018 at 4:39am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

REM1875, I read the whole thing and it's really about the new cases not so much about the bullets but they were talked about and the weight angle was interesting. Craig

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Sorry Craig it had more to do with mikld's comment I
believe ....

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Posted: April 10 2018 at 7:42am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

OK BACK FROM THE RANGE AND GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!! The hp-38 and Titegroup rounds which were Incepters and Hodgen data sort of close to max were very light. My power pistol rounds were a little light but better. I was comparing these to a 115g fmj loaded at 6.3 a light load I shoot all the time. I was shooting a heavy S&W 5906 all steel gun. I meant to test the Taurus slim but forgot. Next time I will load 7.2 or so of power pistol. It should be OK. All rounds shot good accuracy wise. BTW when I say light I had two rounds that stove piped. Not so with pp or the 115g rounds.Craig

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Posted: April 10 2018 at 9:36am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

Just loaded up 20 with 7.3 power pistol and we will see how that does. Craig

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Double post,sorry

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Posted: April 14 2018 at 11:28am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

You will love this!! I shot the 7.3 pp today and it's a fail big time. I also shot Universal powder 5.5g close to max and it was better but still failed. I compared these to some of my reloads and the Incepter rounds still seem light and I was shooting the Taurus witch to date has shot anything with a loose chamber it will feed anything. It wouldn't feed any Incepter reloads. I am stumped at this point but can move up a little. I really don't like this outcome so far. My old pull down HST rounds blow these away. So to speak. I guess I will keep trying!! Craig

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Posted: April 16 2018 at 10:42am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

Found a reloading mistake on my part so will need to test more and I hope the power pistol which I loaded light will be better this time.Oh range is under water so it may a few days. Craig

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