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    bench rest bullet jackets

    how hard is it to get into making good jackets for 6 mm bullets/WHO DO I SEE TO DO THIS ?I HAVE A FRIEND THAT IS A MACHINIST AT THE PLANT THAT MIGHT BE INTO IT.I HEAR THAT YOU CAN NOT GET J4 JACKETS ANY MORE. any thoughts on this?
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    Call George Ulrich.........Great guy.
    last I heard J4 was only selling jackets once a year. Bart sells jackets.....lead cores from Charlie Hood.
    Last edited by zippy06; 01-29-2016 at 08:32 AM.

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    +1 george is the guy to talk to. J4 has been irrelevant for a few years now.

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    bench rest bullet jackets

    There are several sources for jackets

    Burger { waiting list]

    corbin { different styles

    Pinehardt Sta molly

    Sierra { when in stock}

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    I recently purchased a few thousand of Bart Sauter's 0.820" jackets from Bulletcentral.com. I measured them every way known to man and am impressed....really impressed.

    -Lee
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    Quote Originally Posted by GerryM View Post
    There are several sources for jackets

    Burger { waiting list]

    corbin { different styles

    Pinehardt Sta molly

    Sierra { when in stock}
    Gerry,

    Let me clear something up! There are no Bart's Jackets or Stay-Molly Jackets. There are Hines Precision Jackets. Jeff and I are the two distributors of the Hines Jackets. Jeff and I both worked with this company to make Jackets. Jeff simply branded his name as I did mine. The names have caused a good deal of confusion. However the quaility of the jackets are without question. I can go through a long list of what my bullets have won using the Hines jackets. That includes not only short range but long range as well.

    Bart

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    I don't care where they came from or who's name is on them . I'm just glad we have another source for quality jackets. Thanks Bart.

    -Lee
    www.singleactions.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Martin View Post
    I don't care where they came from or who's name is on them . I'm just glad we have another source for quality jackets. Thanks Bart.

    -Lee
    www.singleactions.com
    Me to Lee!!!

    Bart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart View Post
    Gerry,

    Let me clear something up! There are no Bart's Jackets or Stay-Molly Jackets. There are Hines Precision Jackets. Jeff and I are the two distributors of the Hines Jackets. Jeff and I both worked with this company to make Jackets. Jeff simply branded his name as I did mine. The names have caused a good deal of confusion. However the quaility of the jackets are without question. I can go through a long list of what my bullets have won using the Hines jackets. That includes not only short range but long range as well.

    Bart
    Bart are your .22 cal. bullets made with these new jackets?

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    Yes my 22 are made on the Hines jackets.

    Bart

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