Discussion in 'On Topic' started by s2k, Apr 8, 2009.
Total metal jacket covers bottom also
is that good or bad, why are they cheaper?
might be cheaper because they're plated, not jacketed--the lead core isn't dropped into a copper disk that gets pushed around the core; the core is put in a chemical solution that deposits jacket material all over.
Better, eh, maybe a little if you're worried about lead fouling from tiny bits of lead melting off the tail of a conventional FMJ bullet and staying in the bore.
I know an indoor range with such bad ventilation, I'm surprised they don't require it.
thank god they don't, or else the prices would be even higher
TMJ is also preferred by some reloaders as a way to reduce lead exposure as well.
Where did you find it cheaper?
well, it WAS cheaper, now theyre just out of stock altogether
My indoor range requires some sort of plated rounds. Has to be moly-coated, FMJ, or TMJ.