Taming The Brutes
Ultra Lite bullets are machined on state-of-the-art CNC equipment from a special aluminum alloy selected because of its workability and inherently lower coefficient of friction. The bullets are then heat treated, and as a final step, molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) is burnished into the aluminum. MoS2 is more slippery than graphite but it does not burn off when fired. You’ll notice the “slippery” as soon as you pick one up. The end result is reduced pressure.
Shooting a .458 Win Mag is not a pleasant experience. Its noise, its recoil, and its ammo cost all contribute to its not being regularly seen at the local shooting range on family day.
Ah! But what if you could send an 88gr bullet out the muzzle of your .458 at, say, 1,400 fps? The resulting noise and recoil are slightly less than a .30 M1 Carbine. Now you can take your elephant gun down off the wall and enjoy shooting it.
HINT: your wife and kids might also like to “give it a bit of a go.”
Similar results are to be had with the other “big bores.”