Hi-Tek Heat Set Supercoat in a powdered format. Same product as the liquid version but in an easy to use powder.
Hi-Tek powder is built with the latest generation resins and has the 2-extreme catalyst built in. To use, simply measure out the appropriate amount of powder and add Acetone or M.E.K. (15 ounces of powder makes up to 71 fluid ounces (2.2 quarts) of bullet coating).
Complete instructions are included.
Very good yielding and economic product. It has given me very good results and there is no lead in the barrels Marcelo De Brito on Jan 12th 2017
Great material, easy to apply; once you arrive at a system, the process is quick. I'll never use anything else!
Jason Jason on Jan 3rd 2017
Logged on to the web site and quickly found the color I wanted, Gunmetal, and placed my order. Two days later I was coating 900 bullets. I mixed 10g of powder with 50 ml of acetone. This gave me almost the exact amount of coating for three coats; very little waste. The bullets passed the acetone wipe perfectly but the best test came yesterday at the range. I fired 75 rounds through my 300 BLK, never noticing the first bit of smoke. The barrel was throughly inspected for lead and NOT ONE BIT OF LEAD WAS FOUND!! I'm not sure you could ask for more from any lube/coating. If you're not using this stuff you don't know what you are missing. In the future FMJ will be replaced by FCB (Fully Coated Bullet), on boxes by all major manufacturers. It's just a matter of time. Capt. Dan on Dec 9th 2016
This is a Supper Easy product to use and it dose a great job of coating my bullet's. As it says in the instructions a couple of lite coats and your ready to load. Love this product. Wayne Tollefsen on Dec 5th 2016
Easy to aply, fantastic perfomance Jose Aguerre on Dec 2nd 2016
This is a great product. Now I can use cast bullets on my Dillon 650 with out the mess. The coating makes using cast bullets almost the exact same as using fmj slugs. The variety of colors is great and you can custom colors yourself. The process is easy to do. My only problem is that everyone wants to buy my cast bullets. R Contreras on Nov 23rd 2016
I have very good luck using this product,, two coats and ready to go, have had the best luck so far with brick red. Unknown on Oct 25th 2016
Follow the directions EXACTLY! It's easy to do...mix, shake, spread, dry, bake, repeat. Just do it like they say in the directions, exactly how they say in the directions and prepare to be amazed.
If you can't do this you shouldn't be reloading ammunition.
This stuff accomplishes several things:
1. Let's cast bullets run through bullet feeders perfectly with no mess.
2. Leading is a thing of the past, superior performance to traditionally lubed bullets.
3. No messy bullets collecting crud laying around
4. Look cool
5. Faster. Even though you have to do 2 or 3 coats and then dry size, ultimately it's faster than running large batches through a traditional lubrisizer. Just mount a cheap (Lee) press upside down and use a Lee bullet size die. You can run through a huge amount very quickly.
6. Less effort and less messy than sizing and lubing. If you make a mess doing this you're a sloppy person anyway.
So the bottom line is...it's better than traditionally lubed and sized cast bullets. Al on Oct 13th 2016
Decided to try this product after seeing it on youtube as it looked like an easier method then powder coating and for sure it is. A little bit definitely goes along way and I can say for sure that once its backed on it does not come off. The coating is also extremely easy to keep uniform where at the Powder coat has mixed results with over all finish and durability. Would definitely recommend this to anyone who is casting their own bullets Spencer on Aug 25th 2016
Best stuff since sliced bread. Easy to coat bullets and I have fun doing it, too. I coat mostly .40's, but I have coated a lot of other cals.too Only a little smoke and no leading. Overall a great product.
oh yes, a convection oven works best for me, 100 bucks at Wally Mart. Lex Kothman on Aug 1st 2016