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223 soft nose home made bullets from 22lr shells

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Uploaded on Jul 12, 2010

for the comming economic collapse, i made dies from scrap to make .223 bullets from 22lr used brass. these dies where made on my cheapo drill press, the 22lr sheels are pressed into cups, they are then cut to length, then a concave is pressed into the nose for rifling interface, then they are HOT molded into bullets with lead. the finished molded bullet is then trimmed, and the nose is cleaned with a pencil sharpener, then weighed and catagorized for loading.. if the weight is more than 5 grains short, then they are rejected, and melted back down. this video shows 60 grain bullets. i've tested over 1,000 of these so far, and the results are stagering. 1/2 inch drop at 50 yards, 1 inch drop at 100 yards, 1 inch drop at 500 yards. with this, i can make these bullets for next to NOTHING, the lead is scavenged from the gun range, the 22lr shells are scavanged from the gun range.. 100% greeen!!!!!! i'm recycling everyone! tags news gulf oil

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