Bullet Casting Alloys
Metal Bullet Casting Supplies
Find the bullet casting alloys you need for reloading here! Whether you're a hunter or you just like to shoot for sport, casting your own bullets has a multitude of perks. With Rotometals, all alloys are made in the USA with new, pure, virgin-certified metal - never scrap. We can assure that you won't find higher-quality metal casting supplies anywhere else for a better price. From pure bullet lead alloys and linotype alloy ingots to casting retainer putty and beyond, Rotometals has the bullet casting metals you've been searching for here. Interested in custom blends or lead-free bullet alloys? Check out this recent testing report, and feel free to contact us if you want a special alloy not shown! Want an easy way to harden up your own lead? Try our super-hard alloy! Browse our complete selection below to find the bullet casting lead you've been searching for, or contact us today if you have any questions. We're also looking for feedback, ideas and new testers to help us develop new bullet alloys!
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Basic Rules for Hardening Lead-
For every 1% additional tin, Brinell hardness increases 0.3.
For every 1% additional antimony, Brinell hardness increases 0.9.
For a simple equation,
Brinell = 8.60 (Antimonial Lead) + ( 0.29 * Tin ) + ( 0.92 * Antimony )