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. (3.5 ounces of powder makes up to 16 fluid ounces of bullet coating).
Complete instructions are included.
This product is as good as it gets for cast bullets! Easy to apply if you follow the very clear instructions.I sent an email to inquire about availability of two colors that were not in stock and got a reply on a Saturday.Don’t hesitate to try this product.After firing thousands of rounds of 300 Blackout 230 gr. coated bullets loaded to subsonic velocities I’m a customer for life! PDM AMARILLO on Sep 21st 2020
first time user much easier to use then powder coating had no problems with it went on just like they said Thomas Augustyn on Sep 20th 2020
decided to coat about 1000 of my 429421 bullets for my 44 mags. Tried the rifle with the old standard skelton load. My son and I shot 50 rounds at 50 yards. The bullets all landed in a 5 inch group after the rapid fire shooting. This was loaded in 44 special brass. I can see where this has the potential to be a very good hunting load. More testing is due. About 80% of the loads cut a large hole in the target. This is our first test of the gold coating david on Sep 9th 2020
Prompt shipping, good product and good instructions. I followed the instructions and applied 3 light coats that turned out nice. I had a question about reloading and customer support was quick and exactly what I wanted. I used the Zombie green on 95 grain cast bullets for my Sig 238. Worked fine no leading. I only shot about 12 rounds but so far seems to work ok. John Mooberry on Aug 22nd 2020
I bought a small container to try out. I originally was planning to have a go at powder coating. I’m glad I didn’t. My first batch of 250 40 smith came out awesome. You will be amazed when you do the hammer test and no coating what so ever comes off or flakes. I have now coated around 1200 or so and still have plenty of powder left. I ordered the old gold and now would like to try some other colors as I would like to make every cal. Color specific to make it easy to identify at a glance.The problem is that it seems there are only 2 colors. When I click the other colors nothing happens. Maybe they are just out of stock. I say give it a try, the instructions are easy to read and follow. You won’t be disappointed. Glenn on Aug 14th 2020
I coated some 9mm zombie green. It turned out great, it seemed to coat the bullets good. The instructions are right just read them thoroughly and take your time. Unknown on Aug 9th 2020
DO NOT OVERCOOK the coated bullets! My Candy Apple Red came out Turd Brown. I found limiting my bake time to 8 minutes is the key for me. I started with a 3 lb batch of bullets. In Jacksonville, FL where it's hot this time of year, I added an additional 1 ml of coating. It gave a more complete coverage. I guess the heat dried it too fast. Bake temp is 375-380. I am looking forward to the Zombie Green.
Over baking will indeed turn the coating brown. With so many ovens on the market, of different wattage's, etc. its hard nail down a universal time in oven. Seems like u have it figured out for your set up. Thanks for the feedback.
Donnie Unknown on Jul 22nd 2020
I coated 5 lb. of 6.5mm, 9mm and 45 bullets and the process worked perfectly. I used the bronze powder and the bullets look almost copper jacketed.
Now I want to try some different colors.
Jon Kulp on Jul 20th 2020
cast 180 grain 308 gas checked bullets .working up load for sub sonic for 300 aac
hi-tek coating is easier than power coating. i have not test fired loads yet bruce on Jun 6th 2020
As a coating, it works as well as the other Hi-Tek coatings, however, I cannot get the blue color to come through. I keep getting a dark green/blue, even though I follow the directions. i understand the green color is a sign of over-baking, but I don't exceed 195°C/383°F for 8 minutes and still get the green/blue. I did get a nice blue once, but it failed the swipe test, so obviously didn't cure properly. I'll keep trying, and hope I can get to a good blue color. I certainly cannot ding the product too much as the primary purpose is to provide a good coating to the bullet, but the color is a little disappointing. Ed on May 1st 2020