CHA-LEE Posted February 23, 2017 Share Posted February 23, 2017 I recently switched to Eggleston Munitions coated .401 caliber 180gr bullets. These bullets are super accurate. My accuracy baseline up until this point were Zero 180gr FMJ bullets as they always produced very good accuracy. The Zero bullets have now been displaced by the Eggleston Munitions bullets as the new accuracy standard. Shown below is a picture of my 5 shot group off hand at 10 yards using a five inch Limited gun. This was using the Eggleston Munitions .401 caliber 180gr bullets. I have never been able to produce an all rounds touching group at 10 yards using the Zero bullets. I have gotten the Zero's close to all rounds touching but never quite there. Another interesting observation while doing load testing with the Eggleston Munitions bullets is that they require 8% less powder than Plated bullets and 10% less powder than Jacketed bullets to achieve the same velocity. If you are looking for super accurate bullets give the Eggleston Munitions .401 caliber 180gr bullets a try. PM me for a 10% off coupon code for the Eggleston Munitions bullets. Load Data Bullet - Eggleston Munitions .401 Caliber 180gr Powder - Nobel Sport Prima SV 4.1gr or Winchester Super Target 4.5gr Primer - Winchester Small Pistol Brass - Mixed Range Brass OAL - 1.165" Crimp - 0.420" Average Velocity - 940 - 950fps Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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