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S O L D - .50 Cal. 385-gr. JHP Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets

 
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:06 AM
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S O L D - .50 Cal. 385-gr. JHP Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets

50 Caliber 385-gr. JHP Remington Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets (271-count)
Status:
Discontinued by Manufacturer (See link below.)

I used these in my .500 S&W and .50 Beowulf upper at 1400 - 1800 fps.
I have sold both of those weapons - and recently found these reloading bullets in the garage (we moved).



They can also be used in the Desert Eagle .50 AE - and others too.
They are awesome! devastating! and accurate!
I don't know why they discontinued to sell as components - but they still make them for their Remington sabot 12-ga. shotgun rounds at 1900 fps!
http://www.midwayusa.com/product/391099/remington-premier-ammunition-12-gauge-2-3-4-385-grain-core-lokt-ultra-bonded-sabot-slug-box-of-5



Midway sold them for $65 per 100! -Plus S/H - product description: (click on link)
http://www.midwayusa.com/product/971411/remington-core-lokt-ultra-bonded-bullets-50-caliber-500-diameter-385-grain-bonded-hollow-point-box-of-100-bulk-packaged

(I HAVE 271 bullets left - in 2 Midway blue plastic boxes.)

271 x 65 = $176 value

I'll let'em go for
$175 plus FREE S/H (around $28)

(307) 856-6427
chris_59@q.com

CHRIS GEGERE "G-gear"
7 VISTA CT.
RIVERTON, WY 82501




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Old 02-05-2013, 10:07 AM
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Re: .50 Cal. 385-gr. JHP Remington Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets (271-count) PHOTOS

12-ga. load for reference - I don't have any.
Same bullet.
-Just the bullets are for sale.


Free S/H.

271 bullets x 385-grains = 104,335-grains.
There are exactly 7,000 grains (weight) in one pound.
104,335 divided by 7,000 = 15 lbs.

= 437.5 grains in one ounce.


Heavy Metal!


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Old 02-06-2013, 11:42 AM
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Re: .50 Cal. 385-gr. JHP Remington Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets (271-count) PHOTOS

These are not the cheap plated bullets - but a true JHP.

These are the most reliable in feeding in the AR-15 .50 Beowulf and Desert Eagle .50 AE.

They shoot a flatter trajectory - they are more pointed - but they mushroom petals perfectly.

I nailed 15-lb rocks on a hill at 200-yards with iron sights (.500 S&W) - held together - crumbled the rocks!

The Rainier plated bullets sometimes jammed in the semi-autos.

-They are more suited to revolvers like the .500 S&W.


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Old 02-09-2013, 08:39 AM
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Re: .50 Cal. 385-gr. JHP Remington Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets (271-count) PHOTOS

Any Questions?
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Old 02-11-2013, 10:59 AM
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Re: .50 Cal. 385-gr. JHP Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets (271-ct. Free S/H) PHOTO

Bumped to first page.
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Old 02-11-2013, 09:14 PM
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Re: .50 Cal. 385-gr. JHP Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets (271-ct. Free S/H) PHOTO

bumped up
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Old 03-28-2013, 07:03 PM
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Re: .50 Cal. 385-gr. JHP Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded Bullets (271-ct. Free S/H) PHOTO

Are the bullets available? Thanks Dave
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