Originally Posted by Cold Trigger Finger
I really admire you guys get er done attitude. . . We have quite a few things easier to come by here in Alaska. But the more remote a person lives the more we have to learn how to make do ourselves. And life gets in the way of what we need. . I researched making my own bullets. But I don't have the technical mind for doing it. I really admire what you have accomplished with what you had to work with.
Thanks mate . We are more isolated over here from all the good products in the USA and everything is more expensive .
It's hard to learn how to make bullets on your own . That's the way I did it and it was a hard slog but if you have someone experienced to advise you it is way easier . If you need help I would be happy to advise you by email and can talk you through the whole process even how to solder core bond at home with very little equipment needed . Just a paint stripper heat gun , a bottle of Bakers flux and a house or fire brick with some holes drilled to hold the bullets vertical before the core seating stage . After you melt and bond the cores , core seat , clean and point form and voilą , corbonded bullets , just as good as Woodleigh makes.
Here is my rifle with the new Vortex scope I just purchased . Have not had a chance to try it yet .