- Metallic Reloading
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- 30 Caliber (.308 - .309)
GRAF BULLET(.308)98gr TCJ DEWC (7.62 NAGANT) P/100
Graf's plated bullets begin as a swaged lead core. The swaged lead cores are tumbled in an electrically charged bath containing high-grade copper ingots. The copper clings to the lead and the longer the bullets remain in the bath, the thicker the plating. The bullets are plated to the correct size and then taken out of the bath. This is not loaded ammunition.
Read 3 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.7 stars
Nagant revolver feedback
By Adam G.
on Dec 06, 2016
Reloaded some PPU brass that I had shot out of my 1895 nagant. This bullet with 3.5gr TrailBoss worked out great. 2 inch groups @ 15yds. Highly recommend if you're like me and want to reload 7.62x38R brass. I did everything the guy did in the link below except I chose these bullets.
My Black-Hawk loves this bullet!
By Steve D.
on Nov 27, 2014
I purchased a Ruger Black-Hawk in 30 Carbine 15+ years ago and was never able to find a loading that shot better than good pattern! Until I loaded up some of Graf's "Nagant" 98g DEWC's. These consistently are shooting 1" groups at 25 yards!
For duplicating the factory reload only
By Michael E.
on Jan 02, 2013
I bought 100 of these to make 7.62x38R loads based on reformed .32-20 cases, and discovered that they're really not the best choice for that application. These are really for recreating the factory load using either the Fiocchi cases or annealed fired cases. Problem is that there's no crimp groove, and the Lee die set needs a groove to secure the bullet. I was able to seat them just below the case mouth and do a roll crimp over the bullets, but that doesn't secure them against moving under recoil. Best choice for .32-20 based loads is a 110-115gr .312 lubed lead bullet with a crimp groove.
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