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Looking for source of cast .41 RNFP's

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We have a new Pard starting out in SASS.

He already owns a Marlin 1894(FP?) in .41 Rem Mag to use as his starting point.

And he is ordering a pair of blued Blackhawks in .41 also.

So we're going to need a source of cast bullets, preferrably RNFP's that are 180 to 200 gr.

 

Are any of you all .41 shooters?  Where do you get your main match bullets?

 

Much obliged,

MG 

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Badman has 215gr coated ... and that might be your best deal. Missouri, Chey and a few others list some but I think they are heavier/harder.

I would be surprised if you found anything lighter .. (rnfp) ... Good luck! 

https://www.badmanbullets.com/OnlineStore/products.php?cat=41+Remington+Magnum+Polymer+Coated+Bullets

 

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Drop Grandpa Willie a note. He shoots .41's.

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I buy my lead bullets from Bear Creek Supply.  All their contact info is below.  

 

They sell a .41 caliber, 190 grain RNFP bullet + 2 other .41caiber bullets.

 

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I believe they moly-coat all their bullets.  I don’t know if they can furnish bullets without the moly-coat; you’d have to ask if you want that.  A lot of cowboys use their bullets.

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Click the website link, below, then click on the “Explore Product Line“ box to see a photo lineup of their bullets.

 

Very reliable....call them to discuss.... they ship my 125gr .RNFP 38’s immediately.

 

Bear Creek Supply

(209) 874-4322

19406 Yosemite Boulevard

Waterford, CA   95386

———(website link below)

 

https://www.bearcreeksupplybullets.com/

 

Cat Brules

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The rifle might run better with TCFP. I would recommend Penn Bullets 210 gr. Note that the 170 gr may better be left to 41 Special, since you have to limit velocity.

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Try Chey cast Bullets. I think there the best. Great customer service and prices 

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If that Marlin has a micro groove barrel he will want bullets of .413 diameter for best accuracy.

 

Duffield

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20 hours ago, Boulder Canyon Bob# 32052L said:

Do those feed well in your lever rifle?

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