I'm happy to announce that we are taking orders for our 7mm 200 grain bullets. That's the only bullet we'll be producing until we can keep up with the demand for it. If we can't make them fast enough, we'll buy equipment and hire people to increase our production capacity. Once we can keep up with the demand, we'll re-introduce another bullet. We'll continue this cycle until we we've re-introduced most of Richard Grave's (original owner) bullet lineup. We are doing this to ensure the continued availability of a bullet once it's released.
Price increase. We've increased the price of the 7mm 200 grain bullets to $38.50/50. This is a big increase that I feel deserves an explanation. Given the rate at which we can produce these bullets, our overhead, and the increasing cost of materials, we simply wouldn't be able to keep our doors open selling them at the prices that Richard was charging. Please realize that in order to make these bullets available long term, they'll have to be profitable. With this in mind, we had no choice but to increase the prices. Even with the increase, we are on the low to middle end of the cost spectrum for custom bullets and are priced about the same as or less than a few mass produced bullets such as A-frames, Partitions and Triple Shocks. We feel that the new prices are appropriate for today's market given that our bullets are field proven, custom made, and include the heaviest and highest BC's hunting bullets available for most calibers.
New Website We have a new web address: www.wildcatbullets.com. The site will be up very soon. Once it's up, you'll be able to order online.
How to order now Until we get our website up, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can always order this way even after our e-commerce site is up.
Being a custom bullet maker myself, I can tell you guys that this is a very reasonable price. For what it is worth..........Rich
Yep, a definite fair price. I'm confident the market would bear a little more than that.
When one witnesses their performance both ballisticly and terminally on a decent sized bull elk @ a yard or two under 1K out of a rifle for which the bullet was designed there shouldn't be much argument regarding cost.
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