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Anyone use Precision Bullets before?

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I found this site while looking for bullets and wonder if anyone used them before.

This is from their site.

Be safe!

Precision Bullets are swaged with certified 6/2 lead alloy. We then apply our unique dry-lube formula. This process completely encases the precision lead core.
What does this mean for you? Safe for indoor ranges. No leading in the barrel. Fire more rounds downrange between cleanings. Load twice as long and twice as much before cleaning your dies. Less smoke since no messy wax lubricants are used.

Precision Bullets cost only a few dollars more than the cheapest cast lead bullets, but they give you jacketed bullet ballistics.

They are clean, safe and accurate.

You can fire our bullets at over 2000 feet per second with no leading and no copper fouling and no messy lubricants.

The tough coat protects the bullet from damage and is a natural lubricant. It keeps the bullet at tight factory dimensions and goes through the bore intact.

That means no lead on your hands, no lead dust and no toxic fumes.

Even long sessions at the loading bench or when shooting on indoor ranges. It means clean hands, clean guns, clean reloading dies - and clean air.

And you get a bullet which is highly uniform in weight and dimension.
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This link might help people: Precision Bullets Index Page

My problem would be this, from their FAQ section:

Q: Will Precision Bullets work in my HK? A: No—we have had customers try our bullets in HK’s with the polygonal rifling , but the results were poor.
I have used Precision Bullets. They are very well made, the lube works (no leading and little to no smoke).
They have worked well in 9x19 and .38 Super.
I particularly like the .45 200gn L-SWCs for accuracy. Still have maybe 2000.
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