Born out of the frustration of trying to source good-quality, copper coated pistol projectiles in Australia, Tigershark projectiles was established by an Australian competition shooter working with LOS Manufacturing, a company with an outstanding reputation in Europe and America.
Tigershark pistol projectiles are copper coated (not jacketed) and come in a range of weights and styles designed for the Australian Pistol shooting market.
Each box contains 500 projectiles.
Up to 1500fps
Jacketed bullets are made using a different process in 2 parts; the lead core and the copper "Cup" (jacket). The jacket is punched and the jacket encapsulates the lead core. These jackets are much thicker than the coating used on copper coated bullets. Copper coated bullets are made by swaging a lead core followed by the application of a thin coating of highly ductile copper over the lead by an electroplating process.
No, they are hard cast lead bullets electroplated with copper.
Yes, they are re-formed to ensure uniformity.
* US Patent App. No. 14/045,684
Note: The AMP Annealing Machine does not come with the required pilots included. Please purchase the pilots separately here. It also requires a standard shellholder for your calibre.
The Caldwell 'Fire Control' Front rest utilises machined gears to offer a smooth movement. Using nothing more then fingertip movements, the Fire Control rest gives a quality coaxial movement that allows you to make fine adjustments right up to the trigger pull.
Two bags are included – a traditional medium-width bag and a 3” lobe bag.
$165.00The RCBS® Hand Case Neck Turner is designed to peel brass from the outside of a case neck to a consistent thickness, which is important because most commercially available brass has variances in neck thickness. This leads to case neck concentricity and bullet run-out issues. Truing up the case neck produces more consistent and accurate hand loaded ammunition. The cutter portion uses caliber specific pilot/mandrels (sold separately) to guide the case neck. The cutter design can zero the cutter to the pilot/mandrel and then use the micrometer adjustment to dial the desired case neck thickness in .0005-inch increments. The cutter can also be set for right or left handed use.