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    steel bullet weights #1762 01/10/09 09:35 AM
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    I know the rage is tungsten sinkers,but does any body know any thing about the ultra steel lead free bullet weights?I dont think their as small as tungsten but a lot cheaper.

    Re: steel bullet weights [Re: bassman2] #1797 01/22/09 04:19 PM
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    I like them. You still have to use a plastic bead on C-rigs because they will shatter glass ones like tungsten does.


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