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.
Amazing product. Nothing coats like Hi-Tek.
Powder coat is a messy costly alternative. This is the real deal.
Donnie and his crew are second to none in the customer service line. Thank you for all that you do and offer! Unknown on Jan 2nd 2020
Came out amazing on my first try. Directions made it seem difficult, but were well written and they came out great. We did red and zombie green for xmas. I ended up using 2 coats BEFORE I baked them and wow, they came out amazing. No more powdered paint coatings for me. Im hooked. Bawzee Farms on Nov 28th 2019
The process is well-explained in the instructions; I was able to coat a large number of bullets quickly. Hi-tek coating eliminates smoke from burning bullet lube and makes the bullets/ammo much cleaner to handle than exosed lead or jacketed bullets. Accuracy is superior to plated bullets and on-par with jacketed rounds. The cost savings with Hi Tek coated cast bullets is significant. Gary B on Nov 25th 2019
As the title says I am completely amazed. I have been reloading for 15 years and have tried lubes and countless powder coating methods. I saw fortune cookie 45 do a review on the product. I pulled the trigger (figuratively) on an order. It is literally stupid easy to use and the results are flawless. I tried adding more product to intentionally screw up and nope still perfect. I will continue to buy for a long time and tell everyone I know about this . Bravo guys now just give me a cooler zombie green. PS: my indoor range will allow these Shawn on Nov 13th 2019
I have tried a few of the colors and have seen this product work as described. I have bought 6 different colors and look forward to trying them all. Unknown on Nov 9th 2019
Tried, 2 batches so far. Failed on both batches...seems to my I could keep trying to fix my issue and get these dialed in, but at this point I feel like this process is too tempermental for me.
Hi-Tek is not a complicated process but it is a precise process.
Biggest issue home users have is an inadequate oven and/or apply coatings too thickly.
Your more than welcome to email or call me for help with your specific issues.
225-324-4501 Thomas on Sep 16th 2019
They seat better and are a touch faster. A bright gold/green gives them a bit a trace ability with my background and target. You need to go slow and gentle, small batch to avoid skirt deformations. Fun yet tedious if ya know what I mean. Kevin Hoffer on Jun 23rd 2019
I finally tried Hi-Tek powder. After two attempts and then following the complete instructions I have achieved a factory coating on my cast bullets. I could not be more pleased with the finished product. If you try it pay attention to the instructions and do not get discouarged. This stuff really works. Unknown on Apr 30th 2019
This is my first attempt at HTC, so I obviously don't have my toaster oven figured out yet with the HTC. My first batch ended up all different colors, second one closer to the right color, but still different. I just don't want to under cook them, but they go from really nice zombie green to black in the difference of about a minute if you leave them too long. Most likely a quality oven would give me much better results.
* A consistent, repeatable oven will have you making bullets like the pro's.* Ryan Klenke on Mar 19th 2019
Very good stuff and easy to use if you follow the directions. I'very also done powder coat but this is way better.A Lil goes a long way as stated....I use 1.25 mil to every 200 bullets.You want 2-3 really think coats and it holds up great!Also do not rush the dry times and cure.I waited 8-10 minstrel between on each and had a dull look.Next batch I done 20 minutes between and they came out perfect Jeremy B Wright on Feb 18th 2019