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Molly coated bulletts
Anybody still Moly coating bullets
whats up with the moly thing
from midway Q&A:
Molybdenum disulfide or "Moly", as it is commonly called, is a lubricant used in extreme pressure conditions due to its high degree of lubricity and high melting point. Moly has been found to reduce bore fouling when applied to bullet surfaces. It will decrease bore cleaning effort and time. Published reports have shown an increase in Ballistic Coefficient, longer barrel life, and an increase in accuracy.
Moly coated bullets will reduce pressure and velocity. Loads must be worked up slowly to attain previous velocities, therefore this does NOT mean powder can be added indiscriminately
. The maximum pressure of the cartridge must not be exceeded under any circumstances.
A Article I found
MOLY -- Does It Extend Barrel Life?
I use them in my 308 and this is what I have found. Less cleaning time/effort, little to no POI shift from cold bore to warm bore as compare before I started coating bullets. You will see a drop in your velocity but you can increase your powder charge to get back to that velocity. (I know a couple guys that use moly just so they can push the bullets far faster than naked bullets, but I am not one of those that likes to exceed the data guides published max by much if any)