About Laser Cast Lead Bullets
Whether you call it magic, divine providence or simply good luck, Oregon Trail® Bullet Company came together with a rare mix of talented idealists, all focused “like a laser” on one simple plan: to offer our shooters the finest hard cast lead bullets ever, supported by the best in customer service. Our staff of metallurgists and production engineers, shooters all, fell enthusiastically to the work of making our dream of excellence come true in the Laser Cast® Silver Bullet. Working with an old-time regard for quality, they accomplished in five years the first real breakthrough in cast lead bullet technology in a century.
SHOOT THE REAL SILVER BULLET®….REALLY!
Oregon Trail’s® endless R&D and fanatical quality control might be enough to put us at the top, but there’s much more to the story: exclusive access to expensive precious metals allowed our engineers to develop the exclusive Laser-Cast® Silver Bearing Alloy and the specialized production equipment to exploit it. No one else has it, and no other cast bullet available today can match Laser-Cast’s® revolutionary performance. The inclusion of silver in conjunction with our proprietary blend of 7 other virgin elements produces an unbeatable hard cast lead bullet of unprecedented toughness, consistency and precision.
CUTTING-EDGE PERFORMANCE, LAST-CENTURY PRICE
Oregon Trail® guarantees your satisfaction unconditionally. As shooters, we have absolute confidence in our Laser-Cast® lead bullets, the confidence you need when your shot has to count. Whether you’re pressing off X’s at a Bullseye match, hunting something that can eat YOU or knocking bowling pins into the next ZIP code, we have a match-proven Laser-Cast® lead bullet to give you the winning edge. Shoot The Real Silver Bullet® and set a new performance standard for yourself!
- As always, your satisfaction GUARANTEED or you money back!
- No leading
- Slick Silver Bearing Alloy yields highest velocities of all Extreme accuracy
- Laser-Cast® performance at ordinary cast bullet prices