- Metallic Reloading
- Rifle Bullets
- 45 Caliber (.452-.459)
ACME 45-70(.458) 350gr RN FP BULLET COATED 100/BX
ACME Bullet Company’s "Lipstick" bullets are cast bullets with HiTek coating. All bullets are cast with 92-6-2 alloy then coated with HiTek coating that molecularly bonds to the bullet as it cures. This process completely encapsulates the bullet.
The HiTek coating prevents lead to bore contact thus virtually eliminating lead fouling. It also produces less smoke than traditional wax lubed bullets and can be shot at higher velocities without lead fouling. HiTek coated bullets also feed well in automated bullet feeders.
This is not loaded ammunition.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Read 5 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.8 stars
ACME 45/70 350gr RNFP
By Robert J.
on Jun 21, 2023
Great bullet for my old Trap door rifle, easy to load, easy on the shoulder.
By Gregory K.
on May 31, 2023
I've used Acme bullets in 9mm, 45 ACP, and these for my 45-70. Always satisfied with them.
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By George K.
on Jun 06, 2020
Great loaded great I bought 200 .Loaded them and when they get more in I need 200 more.
By TUAN N.
on Dec 30, 2018
I recently received my order came quickly and in nice wooden box to my surprise. I am reloading these for my 458 socom rifle as ammo cheapest that I could find is around $1.50 a round. Bullets are well made and coated. I took my first batch hunting and ended up running into a group of Texas hogs. I put three of them down they laid there where I shot them. Hogs didn't run after a round was in them. Great plinking or hunting round. Next is to get heavier weight to suppress my rifle. Will by again for sure.
By Kenneth C.
on Oct 08, 2018
Nicely-coated bullets with consistent weight and dimension.
Unfortunately, my seating die tends to scrape off areas of coating unless the bullet is perfectly vertical at the beginning. Not the manufacturer's fault, though.
My one request would be to have only one lube ring (or none) on the bullet since it does not need lube. That would increase bearing surface and may improve accuracy.
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