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. (7 ounces of powder makes up to 32 fluid ounces of bullet coating).
Complete instructions are included.
been using this for years. Simple and easy to use. HAROLD KROPP on Jan 16th 2020
This product has improved the cast bullet side of shooting. I've been using it for a few years now, and couldn't be more satisfied. Darren Wells on Nov 12th 2019
I haven’t had a chance to get to the range yet but coating the bullets is easy. Do thin light coats and you can tell if it’s even or more or less is needed. I loaded some up with Dillon dies and there is a noticeable difference between lubed cast and hi-tek cast. There is far less friction in the die with the Hi-Tek. Also make sure you can seal the container you mix it up in before you get to the coating step. (I used a mason jar) the 100ml acetone to roughly 4 tea spoons of Hi-Tek goes a very long way. I coated over 500 124g 9mm and maybe 300 125g .357 and I still have a little bit left as long as I can keep the acetone from evaporating. So far I’m really liking the product and will certainly buy other colors!! Chad on Oct 15th 2019
Read the directions.
Read the Directions and it’s fairly simple.
I mixed the stuff up in quantities of 250ml Acetone. I let it sit overnight shaking it every once in a while before coating. I’m going to have to buy a bigger oven. Zombie green is just beautiful Seth G on Oct 3rd 2019
I started using the coating on my cowboy bullets and found the lead in the bores were being removed by the coated bullets. Now after a shoot there is just a little burned powder in the bores and the lands and grooves look like new. I am now using the coating on all my bullets that don't have gas checks. I found when using the coating that you tend to make it too thick making it rough but if you make thin coats they come out smooth and even. grassy noel on Aug 5th 2019
Brick red. Easy to appy. Good coverage. Using 300 blackout cast bullets subsonic. No leading and very little smoke. Harmon Eugene Greer on Jul 8th 2019
This product adheres well to lead cast bullets. The instructions could be rewritten and simplified but if you follow them you will get a great finish on your cast bullets. So far the thinner the better on the mix and don't over cook each coat is my best advice. Great product thanks Hi-Tek, the Red Brick is a nice deep red color. Shane Niemann on May 14th 2019
I have been using the powder version of Hi-Tek Supercoat Powder for about 4 years now and use nothing else.
It has even allowed me to fire cast lead bullets in a Desert Eagle 44Mag with mo leading in the gas system!
I coat in 4# batches of bullets, no matter what caliber and coat twice using 1g of powder and 5ml of acetone per batch (mixed individually for each batch so they all get exactly the same amount) and bake at 350 Fahrenheit for 10 minuets in a PID controlled convection oven. I usually do 3, 4# batches and it only takes me 70 minutes from start to finish to do all 3 twice.
I size after casting using a water based lube (Freds personal lube) so it washes off with water. I again size after coating using the same lube. Louis Sippell on Mar 8th 2019
I love your bullet coating John on Feb 4th 2019
This product is so easy to use. Follow the instructions. So much better than powder coating. Darren Wells on Oct 10th 2018