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HI guys, hope I picked the right forum for this question.I just got some hard cast Magnus .44 swc bullets, loaded 50 haven't shot them yet.These bullets have a single grease grove full of a hard bluish lube in the middle of the bullets bearing surface, with no lube on the rest of the bearing surface.My question is on firing how does lube move forward from the grease groove to lube the bearing surface on the front end of the bullet? I can see how the lube would be forced from the grease groove to the rear of the bullet on its trip down the barrel, but not how it would go forward to lube the front sides of the bullet. I'm shooting these at 800-1000fps in a SBH and a RH. If I run into leading problems I'm thinking of tumble lubing them in Lee liquid alox.Anybodies thoughts or help on this is welcome.Thanks Paul
 
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