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HI-TEK SUPERCOAT -- Coated Hard Cast Bullets

We use a unique heat-set “HI-TEK Supercoat” manufactured by J&M Specialized Products P/L in Australia where it has been used for more than 20 years. The Hi-Tek Supercoat Bullet Coating totally encapsulates the lead projectiles and replaces standard wax lube. 

Our bullets are “Hard-Cast.” Hard cast bullets are just that: harder. We use a 92% Lead/6% Antimony/2% Tin bullet alloy for casting all bullets. We buy our bullet alloy directly from a local foundry that has the knowledge, equipment and experience to manufacture bullet alloy to exacting specifications.

Hi-Tek Supercoat bullets are safe to shoot indoors and your dies will remain clean during the reloading process. Coated bullets produce higher velocities. The coating gives off no toxic out gassing or particulate matter when fired. The coating is absolutely nonabrasive and contains no PTFE or MOLY. There is no wax lube to gum up your loading dies and it minimizes your exposure to lead. The end result is cleaner air, cleaner hands, cleaner reloading equipment and cleaner guns. 

You may special order any other bullet we manufacture with Hi -Tek Supercoat Coating, but it will take a bit longer for you to receive your order. Please contact us to place your special order.

Our goal is to offer high performance, accurate bullets at competitive lead bullet prices.

Scroll down for reviews on our High-Tek Bullets!!!
 
 What's Available
HT 9 mm
HT 30 Cal
HT 32 Cal
HT 38 Cal
HT 38-40 Cal
HT 38-55 Cal
HT 40 Cal
HT 41 Cal
HT 44 Cal
HT 45 Cal
HT 50 Cal
 
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HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 9mm RN 115gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 9mm RN 115gr
500 - $38.00 or 1000 - $72.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 9mm CN 125gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 9mm CN 125gr
500 - $38.00 or 1000 - $72.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 9mm FP 147gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 9mm FP 147gr
500 - $42.00 or 1000 - $78.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 30cal RNFP 165gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 30cal RNFP 165gr
500 - $50.00 or 1000 - $96.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 32cal RN 78gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 32cal RN 78gr
1000 - $78.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 32cal RNFP 115gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 32cal RNFP 115gr
500 - $38.00 or 1000 - $72.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal TCFP 105gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal TCFP 105gr
500 - $37.00 or 1000 - $68.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal TCFP 125gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal TCFP 125gr
500 - $38.00 or 1000 - $72.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal RNFP 125gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal RNFP 125gr
500 - $38.00 or 1000 - $72.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal TCFP 140gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal TCFP 140gr
500 - $42.00 or 1000 - $78.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal WC 148gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal WC 148gr
500 - $42.00 or 1000 - $78.00
HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal RNFP 158gr HI-TEK SUPERCOAT 38cal RNFP 158gr
500 - $48.00 or 1000 - $88.00
 
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COMMENTS FROM OUR EXPERT TEST SHOOTERS:

Targets from a customer comparison of our coated bullets and another company.
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Dear Folks at CheyCast:  
    Yesterday afternoon I bought a box of your supercoated bullets in the round I most need, 45cal 185gr SWC.  I handloaded three cartridges in 45Colt and nine in 45ACP.  Shot off the first three in my Ruger New Vaquero.  And the rest in my very tuned up 1911, my Glock21, and my S&W/M&P45.  Excellent results!

Only then did I carefully read your hand-out price-list, catalog, brochure.  And after that, I went to your web site.  Both good advertising and informing.  But you are understating in these communications the great value of your supercoated product.  Here are three points that deserve more emphasis:

Point 1:  Eliminating lead vaporization and dust fallout from shooting is generally a very good thing for health and safety, even if you shoot outdoors or in clean indoor ranges like ours out at Archer.  Lead dust blows back on gun, hands, clothing.  Metal jacket prevents this.  So does supercoating.  The safety factor needs emphasis.

Point 2:  Handguns with polygonal, as opposed to cut land-groove, rifling, e.g., most factory Glocks, call for using only metal jacketted bullets.  That's because polygonal rifling, while enhancing velocity by gripping the bullet more gently than cut rifling, also allows hot gas to escape around the bullet.  This vaporizes a lot of lead when shooting unjacketted bullets.  A lot of that lead condenses inside the barrel.  Build-up of that lead fouling can cause a dangerous kaboom.  Cleaning it out properly is a pain and the solvents needed...like a combination of vinegar and hydrogen peroxide...are damaging to the barrel over time.  Your supercoating would appear to eliminate this problem for reloaders with polygonally rifled barrels.

Point 3:  Cost/price!  When I compare your prices from your brochure with those I've paid and find in catalogs on hand and on line for jacketted bullets, I find that you offer with supercoating all the advantages of jacketted bullets for the reloader at about half the price the jacketted bullets.

Hope these points are helpful to you.  Best regards, Fritz

Congratulations to these fine folks who use our HI-TEK Supercoat bullets in competition!

This week Otto Road Range shooters Andy Rayland, Justin Clark and Robert Gaskins competed in
the 37th NRA Bianchi Cup National Action Pistol Championship conducted in Columbia, MO.
This year the Bianchi Cup had over 300 of the best pistol shooters from
the U.S. Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand competing for over $500,000 in cash and prizes. 
 
In the Production Handgun Division there were 90 shooters entered,
Andy Rayland finished 27th, Justin Clark finished 32nd and Robert Gaskins finished 58th. 
 
Among the Senior shooters in Production Andy Rayland finished 3rd. 
 
In the two gun aggregate there were 43 shooters entered, Andy Rayland finished 22nd
 
In the Sharpshooter classification there were 29 Sharpshooters and Justin Clark finished 12th
 
In the Marksman classification there were 55 Marksmen and Robert Gaskins finished 27th
 
Congratulations to our Otto Road Range shooters for a great performance at the Bianchi Cup!

Hank and Dee,
   I wanted to thank you for providing me the hi tech coated bullets for the Silver Bullet match I shot in Rawlins. They worked great and I had no malfunctions during the entire match. We had about 21 shooters and 10 shooters in my sharpshooter class. I finished in 2nd place. Well I just wanted to say thanks and the bullets performed great. 

Thanks, 
Robert


Hi Dee and Hank,

  The 24th annual Silver Bullet NRA Indoor Action Pistol Tournament in Rawlins wrapped up today. There were 22 shooters competing. My son in law Robert Gaskins finished 2nd place in Sharpshooter classification using your new coated 9mm bullets in his Glock-34 pistol.

   I finished 1st place in the "two gun aggregate" (combined scores using an "unlimited" and 'limited" handgun) and 3rd place in Master classification.

  Attached are several videos of Robert shooting your bullets. Note that this is indoors and he is standing under a fluorescent light--note the distinct lack of smoke compared to traditional lead and lube bullets. The bullets performed great and Robert had no malfunctions over the four courses of fire (198 rounds fired). The gun was cleaner, his hands were cleaner and the air was cleaner.

  At the shooters meeting I had an opportunity to address the group about Chey-Cast bullets and extoll the virtues of the hi-tek bullet coating process. I handed out a lot of flyers and left the rest behind at the indoor range office.

Best Regards, Andy