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Cast Bullet FAQ and Shooting Tips
How fast can I shoot cast bullets without leading my bore?
Rules of thumb:
this is assuming a clean, good condition bore. Some rifles will do
better, some not. Bore condition and bullet fit are the biggest factors.
Tips for Shooting Cast Bullets
1. Bore preparation: Before you start with cast bullets - leading can be prevented by giving the barrel a good scrub with copper and lead solvents before shooting cast.
2. Barrel Break-In: With a new rifle or barrel, break in the barrel with 20 or more jacketed bullets before shooting cast. After break-in with jacketed bullets, switch to cast and there will far less initial chance of lead fouling.
3. Cast Bullet Sizing: Cast bullets need to seal the bore well to prevent gas cutting, A cast bullet is normally .001-.002" larger than barrel groove diameter.
4. Barrel Condition: Barrels that have rough sections, excessive pitting, rust, or damage may suffer excessive lead fouling with cast bullets. Jacketed bullets are likely the best bet for these barrels.