Won that gold medal last year using your lube tried some other stuff, and while it was ok it’s not as good as you lube. So next year whenever we shoot a grease groove bullet, it’ll be lubed with your lube. Thanks DM
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Just wanted to thank you for the bullets that made a dream of mine come true. I have hunted elk for 6 years without a bull. This year I thought I would try muzzleloading in Colorado since it was close to the rut. Things were a little slow the first couple days but on Thursday morning I got on a big bull at daylight but he took his cows and went the other way. I saw where they were bedded just before daylight so I formulated a plan. The next morning , although I realistically didn't think they would bed in the same place again I thought it was worth a try..I set up above where they were the day before. I could hear bugling in the distance but none where they were bedded the day before. As daylight broke they were no there. After an hour it started Thundering and lightening and my friend and I assume they are nowhere around and decide to head to camp until the weather changed a little. We started down the hill and to our surprise he bugled in the bushes less than 100 yds away.I knew it was the same bull from the day before because he growled as much as he bugled. My buddy wanted to move down and call. I told him to try that but I was going to a vantage point that I could see both ways uptop. As I get to the top,hardly able to breathe I see cows coming out of the thicket. I almost shot a cow but he bugled again behind them. Shaking like a leaf on a tree,I waited what seemed to be an eternity that in reality was just a minute. When all the cows had left he came out. At first he was in a gully and I could only see his head and antlers. Then he jumped up on the ridge and headed up running. I let out a blaaaa to try and stop him and it worked. He stopped and I fired through the trees. He ran about 20 feet and stopped. I frantically tried to load the muzzleloader again and after knocking everything around finally got it loaded and looked down and he was still standing there and I shot again. He went about 10 yds and rolled backwards and made a loud noise and died. When my buddy came running over the hill he said did you get him. I said ,I think so. We ran down and he was down. When I saw how big he was I immediately started gagging....LOL I literally thought I was gonna lose my groceries from excitement.My buddy kept saying take time and get yourself together. After 15 minutes or so I was ready for pics. In the article I read that made me decide to try your bullets the person said. The 460NX is an absolute elk stopper and at 98 yards open sights I saw exactly what he had said was true. My dream of a huge bull was finally a reality. Thanks for your great product!! The taxadermist guessed him at 350. For a DIY hunt on public property he is a trophy of a lifetime!! I powered the bullet with 70 weighed grains of Blackhorn 209 and a federal primer. I had to share the testimonial with you and will be a lifelong customer and supporter of "The Bullshop" bullets. Finally I will send some pics of my bull of a lifetime and thanks again and GOD BLESS! Forever grateful and thankful, Donnie Tysinger
Good morning Bullshop, Charlie,here in Maine. Just received your order of 22 savage & 25wcf HV bullets. Best looking quality bullets I've seen in a while! Plan on making up some 25-20s,after lunch.I appreciate the fast service,as well.I reload several old winchesters, so be expecting more orders. Found your full bullet list on your wedsite. God Bless you! thanks Charlie
Dan, Just wanted to thank you again, for the great product you make and sell. Your bullets, attention to customer preference and packing is above and beyond industry standard. Bless you and yours. W.D. Truitt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Just wanted to sing the praises of your Lyman #225438. Great groupings and looks like a nice flat shooter out to 75 yards. Haven't been able to try it on the 100 yard steel targets yet (knockdown power), but I am impressed with the performance. Better than any copper bullet I've shot outta that barrel!