Originally Posted by JOSE A. MARINE
yes, its very expensive if you buy the CNC only for bullet making, but if you have any "lost" CNC time, its very easy just to have the program and make a few hundreds in the meantime.
as stated before, its just experimenting, for hunting I still preffera fistfull of brand new bullets.
one day my CNC bullets will be hunting.
I hear you.
If I had a CNC machine It would not have any down time. Bullets would be a good fill for that
Have you tried producing a hollow cavity to enhance the expansion ?
I made mine work (Expand)but the weight was just close enough for extreme distance accuracy.
I even made some solids with an Aluminum tip that looked great but were no better than
the 750 grain Amax, for the 50 cal (They weighed 690 grains and had the same exterior
dimensions as the Amax Increasing the BCs a little.
The solids out performed all other bullets, But I wanted a Mono Metal bullet for hunting.
I guess that was being greedy, I wanted accuracy and controled expansion consistency.
J E CUSTOM