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Hi Guys,

I’m looking for any comments regarding the use of Bear Creek bullets? I've been using Precision Bullets, but I can get the Bear Creek 200 gr SWC at a much better price locally. I believe that the Bear Creak bullets are also molly coated.

I would be interested in your opinion if you use or have used Bear Creek.

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Dave
 

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Yup, I've been using the Bear Creek 200gr. SWC moly coated bullet in my 1911. They're
accurate and they do'nt lead foul my barrel. The molly does turn the barrel black but it is easier to clean then lead deposits. I used other lead bullets and didn't like the bullet lube they used. When I'm in the area I get them from the source Steve Miller @ 18.00/500 they are a bargain. Mine leave the barrel at 880 fps. Steve says they can be driven higher without fouling. I also use them in my .44 mag. with exlint results
 

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No web site that I've been able to find. T.Labren, thanks for the comment. American Shooter is on TNN right now. Gotta go.
 
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