Originally Posted by TranterUK
Welcome to the site.
The Enfield is a very accurate rifle by nature, so you should be able to get respectable results.
Of the 500 rounds in the case I purchased, not one of the mine balls is the same shape at the base. One guy at the range said the skirt is not expanding properly to take the rifled grooves. I wonder if the lead used is too hard as well? We found one hole in the target that indicated the bullet went through the plywood perfectly on its side--that one was obviously tumbling down range.
I'll call them.
Since I'm stuck with so many bad rounds, do you think it would be worth my while to find a bullet mold and melt the bad rounds into better rounds? Anyone hear of molds for .577?