There's no recipes for it that I know of, you probably could do it with enough trial and error. Only problem I see is the weight/ densities of the two materials no being compatible. Steel is much harder than Bismuth so that would be a problem.Nocalhonker said:Can you do a bismuth x steel load.
Thx That worked out well for not feeling like typing earlier heh Couple duplexing "why?" type posts in there that talk about it which might be useful for you. Also if you're thinking about bismuth, I posted one on what bismuth payloads I thought looked good on paper from a pellet count and range perspective. Bismuth works very nicely just by itselfNocalhonker said:Thanks for the replies, Dave I just found your blog great info.
I have been toying with the idea of duplexing bizzy 4s with lead 6s for pheasant loads. Basically just curiosity driving this, but i wonder how it would pattern/shoot. Obviously not non-tox anymoreThe only duplexing with Bismuth that make sense is with Buffer , adding buffer to protect bismuth pellets
so the payload can be driven (a little) faster does help pattern density , farther out ! With the right size
pellet for the distance of the target ( birds size) , bismuth can be as lethal as any non tox pellet "IF"
you can hit it ? just saying