Re: where do most of you get your bullets ?
+1 to what everyone has said. however, i must diagree with LD on the use of swaged lead bullets. Lead is the least expensive of all bullets, especially if you cast your own, which i highly recommend because it can be just as enjoyable as handloading, and as a matter of fact, i consider it to be a very necessary step in handloading my own cartridges. you will only run into the problems LD has mentioned if you try to exceed the limitations of the lead you are using. bullet temper, alloy composition, lubrication, velocity, and pressure all effect how well, or poorly a lead bullet will perform. there are other factors, but these are the main ones. the most common problem people have with lead bullets is that they run thier velocities too fast and lead the bore up, which, as LD mentioned can be a real pain in the a$$ to remove. but if you use them within thier limitations, they can spare more expense than any jacketed bullets ever would...
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