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45-200 FP
  Quantity of 500
  Diameter: 0.451

  UPC: 819304313347


45- 200 FP
 
45- 200 FP
Quantity of 500
Diameter: 0.451

UPC: 819304313347

Price:$60.50
Box Qty: 500


Quantity in Stock:(Out of Stock)
Product Code: XC45-200FP-B0500
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Description
 
X-Treme Bullets are proudly made out of the finest materials available in the United States in order to ensure performance delivered down range with each and every shot.  Our process starts with a lead billet that is extruded into wire. The lead wire is then swaged into a core. The cores are copper plated, then restruck once more. Though not common in the industry, this restrike process produces a bullet that is more uniform, with a more precise diameter and a smoother finish for a better shooting and better looking bullet.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 11 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 OAL 1.155 eliminated misfeeds April 21, 2020
Reviewer: Thomas Salmon from Tahlequah, OK United States  
I initially made the OAL 1.200, the same as for the plated round nose 200g, but got many misfeeds/jams. After reading James Clegg's review (9/21/17), I reduced OAL for these flat nose 200g bullets to 1.155. They all functioned flawlessly. My powder load was Titegroup 5.0g; velocity was 874 fps. I like flat nose, since they make nice clean holes in paper.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Zero Issues May 7, 2018
Reviewer: Chris from COLUMBIA, MO United States  
I'm making these at 1.210 OAL. Used the plunk test on two Ed Brown Gov Models. In practice and testing, they worked perfectly.  Yesterday was my first IDPA; this is where quality and functionality count. I went through all seven stages with 100% reliability! I've used some other coated and lead bullets and have had more failure to go into battery than I thought possible. They were .452 and other brands. I'm sticking with these for now.

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  1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
1 of 5 check bullet dia March 19, 2018
Reviewer: erik Bruflat from norfolk, NE United States  
some were .450, had a few inconsistent dia. bullets, would flare/bell case the go to seat bullet and would slide down inside case.  will not use/order again, stick to hard cast lead.
might be of for some 45acp loads, but DO NOT USE FOR 45 LONG COLT.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 They shoot well November 25, 2017
Reviewer: Matthew from WA. United States  
They shoot well but were pretty picky on cartridge O.A.L setting for proper feeding. 1.155" was too short and jammed in my Springfield 1911 occasionally and 1.220" the rifling would grab the bullet and pull the bullet from the case once the slide was racked (which was HARD) I found 1.170" to work great in the 1911 and Springfield XDM 3.8 45

I found the 185 grain 45 flat points to be less picky and they also seemed a tad more accurate. Less cost and less recoil to boot.

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  8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 Great bullets, but need to be loaded short September 21, 2017
Reviewer: James Clegg from Akron, OH United States  
These 200 grain Flat Points are excellent bullets for both revolvers and automatics, but COLs posted by another reviewer are far too long for this bullet's profile; the nose of this bullet is very short, and to fully chamber in most .45 autos, these bullets need to be seated to a MAX of 1.155"; any longer, and you will likely find, as I did, that you are hitting the lands. Use loading data for a 200 grain jacketed bullet at 1.155" (I found this data in Lee's Modern Reloading, Second Edition) and you will be happy.

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