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West Coast Bullets had a special introductory offer: 200 plated bullets for what seemed a nice price, so I ordered some 230-grain .45s.

It took a long time for them to arrive - so long, in fact, that I wondered what UPS was bringing me when they finally did get here.

They shoot high in my gun.
So far, everything else I shoot (in 230-grain weight) hits at POA except these. They are pretty things - much brighter than plain copper-clad jacketed stuff - but I guess I'll make jewelry with them and shoot Remington or Winchester FMJs instead.

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Hmm, West Coast bullets shot OK for me. I use Montana Gold now, more accurate (smaller spread) and consistent in weight.
 

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Sorry to hear that. I'm a big West Coast fan since they work very well for me. Reasonable prices, good service, and for me, do shoot to POA.

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[This message has been edited by Fred (edited 07-31-2001).]
 

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Sorry to hear about your experience. I use their 230's and their 155's in my .40. Both are accurate and function is 100%. Could not ask for better.

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You should try casting! your own bullets. When I'm not shooting,or reloading, I'm casting my H&G68. Got the cost down to about $1.50 for a box of #50 45ACP(Loaded)
 
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