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How expensive can it be to press little balls made out of steel or copper or something, instead of little balls made of lead?
What kind of cheese are you planning to put on top?
Aren't steel-core rifle cartridges typically armor-piercing? Usually illegal to buy those. They'd need to produce a softer version.
Steel shot has been around for years. Shouldn't be a big deal or expense to switch. Some people think it is bad for your barrels on the long run though.
The steel and tungsten sinkers have been available and in-use for many years now. Don't need expensive processes to make those.
they're more expensive to produce than lead, but people use them in lead-free hunting areas in California.
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I would think environmental screw tightening on lead coupled with replacement material prices not increasing as much has helped even the playing field.
there is a pretty big health argument for the copper ammo.
i've seen some tests with copper vs lead in deer modeled from ballistic gel, and like 20% of the lead bullet ends up as small fragments that get dispersed and some definitely ends up in meat that is consumed.
Fox now officially on Trump's Twitter hit list.
Ah crap, it's from 2016. NVM.
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