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50 Grain 9mm??
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Does anyone know what these are?
Their .40 S&W ammo claims to be lead free and at 60 grains it has to be.
I'm guessing this 9mm must be lead free at that weight. But what? Aluminum??? Some sort of junk metal alloy??
No product reviews yet, anyone here know anything at all about it?

http://libertyguns.com/liberty-ammunitio...ow-points/

http://libertyguns.com/liberty-ammunitio...ow-points/
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mauser;155530 Wrote:Does anyone know what these are?
Their .40 S&W ammo claims to be lead free and at 60 grains it has to be.
I'm guessing this 9mm must be lead free at that weight. But what? Aluminum??? Some sort of junk metal alloy??
No product reviews yet, anyone here know anything at all about it?

http://libertyguns.com/liberty-ammunitio...ow-points/

http://libertyguns.com/liberty-ammunitio...ow-points/

I've seen this type of maximum expansion ammo before. In the ME ammo I've seen the projectile was either solid copper or solid brass. There was (is?) a PA company in the Allentown area that made some very nice bullets. I think the name was Lehigh Defence or something like that.
Ammunition, it's the new lead bullion. Buy it cheap and stack it deep.
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Rik Bitter;155531 Wrote:There was (is?) a PA company in the Allentown area that made some very nice bullets. I think the name was Lehigh Defence or something like that.

Lehigh Defense is still in business.
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ivwarrior;155535 Wrote:
Rik Bitter;155531 Wrote:There was (is?) a PA company in the Allentown area that made some very nice bullets. I think the name was Lehigh Defence or something like that.

Lehigh Defense is still in business.

Thanks for the link. I did some looking around and read some reviews, here's a snippet from one of the reviews:

Quote:A few years ago I bought a box of 100 grain aluminum 458 cqb rounds from you guys. They come out of my 458 socom pretty quick, and are devastating in their performance. I still have a few, and as much as I like shooting them, they are a novelty; people cannot believe its aluminum. The “out of the box” thinking that goes into your products keeps me guessing as to what is going to come out next, as well as who is going to try to copy it

Aluminum bullets? I would have never thought of that. It's intriguing though, I'm tempted to get some just to test for performance myself.
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