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.
Great product follow the directions and bullets turn out great John on Jun 24th 2018
I have been using my Lubrisizer for a long time. One or two pulls per bullet. My arthritis hates it! I resisted the new fangled powder coating process because I refuse to stand each bullet up in neat little rows. I just am not going to waste that much time. A buddy told me with Hi-Tek I would not need to do that. I reluctantly ordered some. Oh how I wish I would have done it a long time ago. I am sold and doubt my Lubrisizer will ever get used again. Ace Holliday on Jun 2nd 2018
Just bought it last week started coating the bullets today. Really went easy coating the bullets it will look like there is no coating on the bullets but after baking them you can see it on the bullet. JUST FOLLOW DIRECTIONS! plumber on Apr 28th 2018
I've been using Hi-Tech coating for years now, mostly Black Cherry. Decided to use the Zombie Green with my latest batch of 300 BLK. I can't say this was a success, not even close to a "greenish", more black then green. I'm confident the coating is rock solid. just the color was way off from what I was expecting.
Three Stars are for the Zombie Green - Five Stars for the Black Cherry.
Browning/Blackening of the color is an indication of too much heat or too much time in the oven or a combination of both. "Over cooked" coating will still perform as advertised coating.
Monitor your oven a little more closely and I'm sure the color will be as expected. Eddie on Apr 23rd 2018
Works as advertised, just follow directions! My Family and I now have zombie green ammo loaded in our edc. Gary on Apr 5th 2018
I ordered the coating and with in three days I had the Hi Tek powder. I put it to use right away. I coated 1000 45 cal bullets. I watched some on line videos of how to use this product. I'm very pleased with it. I will be a return customer. I've already showed my shooting buddy this and he went and ordered himself some. Thank you for a easy to use product. Norman on Mar 13th 2018
i was always a powder coater and i figured why mess with a proven process, well let me tell you why, at first Hi Tek seems complicated, its not, i was able to do a batch of 30 lbs of bullets in 20 mins, i mixed it in a 5 gallon bucket (30 mls of the mix, i ml per lb) and i was super happy with the results, i used zombie green and K5 black, the black coats easier, i ordered the candy apple red so i can see how that comes out. give it a try, you'll never mess with powder coat again. i wish i can give it more than 5 stars bob on Feb 1st 2018
Ordered Kryptonite Green and Zombie Green last week and as of this week, I switched from powder coating to Hi-Tek coating. If you follow the instructions, it works perfectly. One thing to keep in mind is the temperature of your oven is very important... Check it's accuracy before using.
Naturally I didn't follow my advice, but because I'm using a new toaster oven, it should be calibrated correctly, right? The first batch of Krypto green .380 bullets came out a gold-ish color. They did look pretty, but these were not the green bullets I was looking for... So, I made a trip to Walmart to buy a $5 oven temp gauge. My new oven's 400 degree setting was actually 450+ degrees. Who would of thought..
After calibrating the oven to 385 (sharpie mark on the dial) the next 8 batches produced nice green bullets by cooking at 385 degrees for 10 minutes. I Used Kryptonite Green on some and Zombie Green on others. Not as glossy as powder coating but each bullet was coated evenly, looked great, didn't have a problem with sticking and was very cost effective.
I used a home made 6x8 1/8 inch basket and the metal pan that came with the oven (foil lined). Just a few bullets were slightly stuck together but a light shaking of the basket separated them easily (I cooked 150+ bullets on each tray). Worked great. Always had one pan going in as the other was coming out.
Another important tip.. Make sure the coating is dry each time you add the coating mixture to the bullets. I used a small desk-top fan and each coat dried in less that 10 minutes.
I would suggest adding a little extra acetone as mentioned in the instructions. I used 150 grains (yes grains) of powder to 60ml of acetone for both versions of green. Just about right for 1,500 bullets (1,400 .40sw and 100+ .44mag).
With a little patience the Hi-Tek coating will do a nice job coating your bullets and protecting your barrels.
B.Short on Jan 29th 2018
My first attempt at coating bullets. The data provided was very clear and easy to follow. I've processed bullets using a Star with various lubes which were messy and gummed up my press and dies. I will continue to resize my bullets with the Star but will not go back to the messy lubes. I look forward to using different colors in the future. Unknown on Jan 15th 2018
Easier by far than powder coating. I use my own cast bullets mostly .38 special. They were as accurate as I can be and my barrel only had a little powder residue left to clean out. So far very happy I took the steps to try this product. Unknown on Nov 27th 2017