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Posted: January 06 2019 at 1:24pm | IP Logged Quote RT58

I went back and read all the comments to the video, and the comments on the "part two" video the guy made. You might want to watch it Turbo, it may save you some testing.
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Posted: January 08 2019 at 4:17pm | IP Logged Quote RECURVE

I would watch Elvis ammo on you tube the other guy is
going to way to much trouble. You don't have stand these
on the base to this. Coatum and shakeum out on a screen
to get excess powder off and bake them 420 for 20 min.
The secret is to shake the heck out of them when coating
some will stick together easy to get apart when still hot
let them cool overnight so powder cures then size and
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Posted: January 19 2019 at 6:26am | IP Logged Quote John Van Gelder

There are thousands of folks who competition shoot that use almost exclusively powder coated bullets, this is the first I have heard of any down side.

Anything one finds on You Tube needs to taken with a "portion of salt"..
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