Bismuth Shot #4 ( ~.13", 3.28 mm) Alloy For Reloading Shells 10#-Made in USA
- In Stock
- 10.00 LBS
- Calculated at Checkout
Bulk discount rates
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
|Buy 2 - 4||and get 8% off|
|Buy 5 - 9||and get 12% off|
|Buy 10 or above||and get 16% off|
New! Bismuth shot for reloading shotgun shells. Rotometals Bismuth Shot is alloyed with 6% tin to increase pellet integrity. Bismuth is one of the softest of all the non-toxic alternative shot types making it very suitable for old double guns and other shotguns with fixed chokes. Rotometals Bismuth Shot is a great non-toxic alternative to lead. No other non-toxic shot performs this similar to lead.
161 Pellets per OZ. Bismuth's density is 9.6 grams/cubic centimeter.
Please email us for Bulk or wholesale inquires for orders over 500 pounds
Note- this is not for growing crystals. If you are interested in that then please see our Pure bismuth HERE.
California Fish and Wildlife "Non-Lead Certification" Approval Letter... Click here for link. CA Residents, we recommend keeping a copy of this with you when using Rotometals Bismuth Shot in the field to aid law enforcement.
Price Per Pound:
I will be using Rotometals bismuth shot for all of my hunting loads. It patterns well and the price is great for bismuth.
I have not had a chance yet to reload and use this Bismuth Shot that I purchased, but I can say that the service I received on my order was Superior! I received a shipping confirmation within an hour of placing my order and when I contacted them with a question regarding this Bismuth alloy being approved by the USF&W service, I received an almost immediate email response answering my question. Service doesn't get any better than that! KUDOS!
Just as good as the others, and cheaper!
Nice uniform product at a great price. Have not had a chance to shoot waterfowl with it yet, but it is well made shot that has proven ductile in my tests and should perform as designed. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to try a denser alternative to steel at an affordable price.