I don't see a bullet swaging forum, probably because not too many people do it, so I put this in here. I'm considering the purchase of a Corbin swaging press and the first set of dies I'm going to get, if I decide to make the investment, will be for the .32Mag & 32-20 because I love to shoot em. I'm going to get the three die set so I can make a variety of bullet types, but the first will be the pure lead swaged bullets with the base guard. These bullets are supposed to be able to be driven in the neighborhood of 1400 pfs with NO leading. With pure lead this would make for an awesome small game/coyote load in various weights, as the expansion of dead-soft lead would likely be great. Does any of you have experience with these bullets. Good, bad, or ugly, I want to hear it if you know it. I will likely get the round nose type of point forming dies as it will enable the use of heavier bullets in the revolver than would a truncated cone design that is readily available from the big mfg's. This bullet style would also work well in a 1894CL, if I can ever find one for less than a king's ransom. It will be an additional plus that a cannelure, if used, can be set at any length to suit the individual firearm for maximized case capacity. Maybe some bonded core lightwieghts for the 32-20 which can be made to absolutely COOK out of my Buckeye convertible. What are your thought on these bullet types?