Bismuth Shot #9 ( ~.08", 2.01 mm) Alloy For Reloading Shells 10#-Made in USA
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- 10.00 LBS
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Bismuth Shot #9 ( ~.08", 2.01 mm) Alloy For Reloading Shells
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.
615 Pellets per OZ. Bismuth's density is 9.6 grams/cubic centimeter.
Roundness- Note unlike lead or steel Bismuth shot is not round, but will still shoot and pattern excellent! BB's may have small satellites or tails but this actually helps to not generate as much drag in the air similar to a golf ball ie less sticky in the air.
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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.
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So far, so good...
Want to use my old SxS 410 for the coming dove opener here in no lead Cali. Bought a MEC reloader and this shot ran through perfectly for 200 .410 2 1/2 inch reloads. We will see how well it works on doves Sept first!
#9 Bismuth shot
Push them fast ( 1400 +) fps and it will do all you can ask of a hunting load . I push 5/8 oz in the 1600 fps range for all upland and waterfowl hunting , Central Nervous System strikes and one never has to chase anything crippled. Shoot for head and neck . Regards , Nick