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#190917 - 03/23/18 04:17 PM Re: Centerfire solids [Re: Raptortrapper]
Jeff460
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The bullet is for that African animal type of hunt and for other countries too, but it is not illegal to own such a bullet. It can be used to test depth of comparative straightline penetration. As a blunt face it is not a long range sniper bullet. Still waiting for text orders so this type of 7mm bullet can be designed and fabricated for testing. I need a committment for 150 bullets at one dollar each. 100 bullets are already spoken for. 250 total is the minimun order when I pay for the one time startup of $280.00 for design and tooling up to make.

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#190918 - 03/23/18 05:39 PM Re: Centerfire solids [Re: Raptortrapper]
s4s4u
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 Originally Posted By: Raptortrapper
 Originally Posted By: junebug
Most states require a soft nosed or hollow point expanding bullet for hunting do they not? So unless hunting Africa or outside the USA a solid would be illegal for game?

This is a good point. But I believe most states allow hard cast bullets, so I wonder what the deciding factor is.


Hard cast is still lead and at least in MN as long as there is some exposed lead it is good to go.
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#191278 - 03/29/18 09:52 AM Re: Centerfire solids [Re: s4s4u]
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Hardcast in handguns can be effective as a solid type penetrator as long as velocities do not over power the integrity of the material used to cast it. I still hope and ask for some more owners of 7mm single shot handguns to chime in and pledge to purchase 25, 50 or 100 of these special run of copper solid 150 Safari model Cutting Edge bullets. I have pledged for 50 and another texted me that he wanted 50 bullets. That leaves 150 available openings to purchase this special run of flat tip, running straight, penetrating, copper solid dangerous game capable bullets. I will pay the tool up cost of $280.00. And I am also buying 50 of the bullets at approximately one dollar apiece. Could cost more according to the Cutting Edge Bullet company. But a dollar apiece is what I am asking for with your personal bullet order. Thanks for helping with this idea. I really appreciate it. Text your order for this bullet to me at 620-238-1378. That is my cell phone number. Or give me a call and we can compare notes on this project...

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#191652 - 04/05/18 05:53 AM Re: Centerfire solids [Re: Raptortrapper]
jwp475
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 Originally Posted By: Raptortrapper
 Originally Posted By: junebug
Most states require a soft nosed or hollow point expanding bullet for hunting do they not? So unless hunting Africa or outside the USA a solid would be illegal for game?

This is a good point. But I believe most states allow hard cast bullets, so I wonder what the deciding factor is.


Hard cast meets the legal definition of an expanding bullet as does the Belt Mountain Punch bullet because of the lead core and the pin sized hollow point in the flat point jacket.

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#191656 - 04/05/18 11:33 AM Re: Centerfire solids [Re: jwp475]
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I will stop waiting for the committment to purchase 150 more of the copper solid .284 7mm 150 grain Safari flat-point bullets through me on June 1st. I hope a dollar a bullet is not the stopping point issue. 100 bullets are already spoken for. The order must be for no less than 250 of the new design bullets from Cutting Edge Bullets. Text me a PM at 620-238-1378 for your order of 50 or 100 or for 150 bullets to get this order off the theory train and onto the get ur done ship!!!

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#192244 - 05/01/18 02:59 PM Re: Centerfire solids [Re: Jeff460]
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Woodleigh makes a hydrostatically-stabilized 140 grain solid copper bullet that is appropriate for the 7mm caliber rifle and handguns. They are available in packs of 20. Check them out if you will on the web.
As a result of emailing the Woodleigh Bullet Company I am convinced this 140 grain solid bullet is ideal for penetration and can be driven fast enough in a 7mm-08 and stabilized with a 1 in 9 inch twist barrel to accomplish any task put before it.


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