For loading data refer to a reloading manual that you trust. If our bullets are not in the manual, refer to another jacketed bullet of the same weight and type.

The difference in a plated and jacketed bullet is the outer covering of copper. As the plated bullet name hints, the outer shell of copper is applied through a process of electroplating baths of usually cyanide chemicals. This plating process results in a thin outer coating of copper that is about .003”-.005” thick. The disadvantage of a plated bullet is the copper outer covering is soft so in turn it is a more delicate bullet. When reloading, greater care must be taken as to not dent or crack the outer copper shell. A plated bullet also has a velocity restriction, generally around 1,050-1,100FPS is the fastest you will want to push a plated bullet, any faster and the bullet will start to fragment when it exits the barrel. Plated bullets should be loaded to lead velocities.

The reason we make a jacketed bullet, is we only want to make the very best bullet available. Our bullet start out with a swaged lead core and then are mated with the solid copper jacket in another process that forms the jacket to the lead core by force. Our jackets are made out .014” stripping to give you the very best bullet. By using a true solid copper jacket we end up with finished product that is much more consistent, accurate, and can withstand any of the velocities of any handgun calibers including magnums.

We manufacturer a swaged lead bullet, not a cast bullet. Swaging, while softer than lead, produces a more consistent bullet that leads to the best accuracy.

Our bullets that are marked “Match Lube” are fully coated in our proprietary dry lube to give the end user a much cleaner and easier to handle lead bullet.

While we do sell Winchester Ammunition, we are a law enforcement distributor for Winchester which means we can only sell to law enforcement officers and agencies in our territory. If you are a Law enforcement officer wanting to purchase Winchester Ammunition, please visit our LE website here.

Currently, we are not accepting backorders on out of stock items. If the item cannot be added to your cart, it is not available for order.

Typically speaking, website orders for in-stock products process and ship within 2-3 business days.

Occasionally, multiple parcel orders get separated during transit. Usually, the remainder of the order will show up in the following 1-2 business days. If you do not receive the remainder of your order after this time period, please contact our us for assistance.

Precision Delta uses various carriers depending on package type, weight, and location. Ammunition cannot be shipped via USPS.

Currently, Precision Delta does not offer international shipping.

Ammunition must be shipped to a California FFL holder.

Please send a copy of your FOID card along with order number to info@precisiondelta.com or fax to 662-756-2590.

All ammunition sales are final.

We do not currently publish specific load data for our projectiles. If you have questions regarding the use of Precision Delta components, please contact us at info@precisiondelta.com

Due to the manufacturing process, true copper jacketed FMJ projectiles have an exposed lead base. However, our JHP projectiles do have a jacketed base.

All Precision Delta jacketed projectiles are true jacketed projectiles and are constructed with a drawn copper jacket and swaged lead core. We do not offer plated components.

Our remanufactured line of ammunition uses a once fired brass case that has been cleaned, processed, sized, and inspected. Our remanufactured ammunition offers a great value to the customer without sacrificing reliability or performance.

Currently, in-stock notifications are not available for specific (or wish list) items.

Our swaged lead projectiles typically run between 8-10 BHN.

Our match lubed projectiles feature a clear lube that some customers find to be cleaner during the loading process, and also helps the further prevent leading.

Yes, most of our ammunition is listed on the USPSA certified ammunition list. You can find more information at https://uspsa.org/ammunition.

If you have a FFL, and would like information on becoming a Precision Delta dealer, please contact us at info@precisiondelta.com.