2022 7 6 The alloy consists of 2% tin, 6% antimony and 92% lead. This is an excellent alloy for most bullets used in handguns and with lots of ammunition for high speed rifles. The alloy consists of 4% tin, 12% antimony, and 84% lead. This alloy is extremely hard and enables a complete filling of the molds. It is recommended for bullets of high velocity
antimony ingots bullet casting
3/9/2016 Lyman #2 alloy consists of 5% each of tin and antimony and 90% lead. However, wheelweights, which were once about 4% antimony and maybe 0.5% tin with the difference lead, have been used for a long time and produce adequate bullets for most purposes. 6% antimony and 2% tin are used in Teracorp magnum bullet alloy.