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  1. Hi-Tek Powder Coatings - Hi-Performance Bullet Coatings

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    Hi-Tek Supercoat is now available in a powdered version. The same product as our popular liquid coating, the powder is non flammable in it's dry state and therefore we can ship via the USPS priority mail service. All of our Hi-Tek powders are built with the latest generation resin and have the 2-Extreme Catayst built in.

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  3. Hi-Tek Bullet Coating - Missouri Bullet Company

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    The bullets actually look "wet" and are very slippery. This lubricity reduces friction-related heat as the bullet traverses the bore. In summary, Hi-Tek coated bullets offer the advantages associated with plated bullets without the expense. One litre's worth (7 oz.) ships in $8.00 flat-rate box

  4. Hi-Tek Supercoat Powder - Hi-Performance Bullet Coatings

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    Hi-Tek powder is built with the latest generation resins and has the 2-extreme catalyst built in. To use, simply measure out the appropriate amount of powder and add Acetone or M.E.K. (3.5 ounces of powder makes up to 16 fluid ounces of bullet coating). Complete instructions are included.

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  5. Hi-Tek Coating Cast Bullets | The Ballistic Assistant

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    Hi-Tek Coating Cast Bullets Lead projectiles have been a part of firearms since their invention. It is almost the perfect material for projectiles, almost. It’s malleability, one of the attributes that makes lead ideal for projectiles also can create problems.

  6. Hi-Tek Supercoat Premium Bullets - Coated Bullets, Bullets ...

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    Hi-Tek Supercoat Premium Bullets PLEASE BE AWARE: A s the impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve as well as the instability in some our nation's large metropolitan areas, the demand for reloading components is in extremely high demand.

  7. Hi-Tek Supercoat Powder - 15 oz. Container - Hi-Performance ...

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    Hi-Tek powder is built with the latest generation resins and has the 2-extreme catalyst built in. To use, simply measure out the appropriate amount of powder and add Acetone or M.E.K. (15 ounces of powder makes up to 71 fluid ounces (2.2 quarts) of bullet coating). Complete instructions are included.

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  8. About our Coatings - Hi-Performance Bullet Coatings

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    The Hi-Tek Heat Set Supercoat was developed specifically for commercial bullet casters to provode reloaders with a cast bullet that didn't smoke and gum up reloading dies like a traditional wax lubed bullet. Properly applied the coating molecularly bonds to the lead, encasing the entire projectile in a protective shell that is self-lubricating.

  9. Hi-Tek Polymer Coated Bullets for Reloading | Badman Bullets

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    Badman Polymer Coated Bullets uses a process that bakes on a polymer coating to the existing lead bullet. The polymer coated bullets can be pushed faster with no leading. Initial testing has proven the polymer coated bullets to be more accurate with a dramatic decrease in smoke. The process to make our polymer coated bullets is a little slower ...

  10. Hi tek coating issues - General Reloading - Brian Enos's ...

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    And that Hi-ghly CrapTek coating doesn't hold up well. You get leading, smoke, it's not resistant or heat resistant to some smokeless powders and it's just not worth the hassle. It's not the lead bullet, it's the thin junk candy powder coating paint mixed with keytones solvents that those bullets are coated with that's the Junk.

    • Probably undersized bullets and/or hot powder e.g. Titegroup.
    • I was using be-86, but I did size the bullets after coating and they were mic'ing at .356
    • I have cast and coated my 9mm and 40 S&W for years. First, have you slugged your bore? One of my 9’s bore slugged .356 so I needed to size .357...
    • I appreciate the responses. No I havent slugged my barrel. I probably should. I know that I've never had any issues when using powder coat. I've ju...
    • How many coats are you putting on? I put 3 thin coats and that has been better then 1 heavy coat Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    • I do three thin coats how the instructions say to do it
    • Give us a little more information about your load (bullet weight, powder charge, crimp measurement etc.). Also, post some pictures of your coated b...
    • Slug the bore. That's the most important thing I can give you with 9mm.
    • I have the same problem. Dumped the HiTek and stayed with powder coating.
    • Pull a couple bullets from your loaded rounds and make sure you aren’t scraping the coating off during seating or crimping.
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