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I see Hornady is now entering the lead free arena.  Hornady offers the following description - "Our new GMX (Gilding Metal eXpanding) bullets and factory ammo offer an expanding monolithic bullet with reduced pressure and fouling."  Due to be available in Spring 2009 in five initial offerings ranging from 277 to 338.  I haven't had a need for any of the lead free offerings to date, but who knows when it might go from a choice to a mandate.  I am waiting to see what a box of component bullets is going to cost.  I might give them a try if they are not much more than the Interbonds.  If they are right up there with TSX's, I'll keep using Interlocks and Interbonds.Whacker 
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Yes, I saw that too.
It will be interesting to see how they match up.
I too will be waiting to see their real world performance.
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I'll stick with the Interlocks, I'm happy with their performance.  I do believe how ever, that bullets of the Gmx/Txs design are what all of us will be shooting in the future, until than I'll stick with the less expensive design.
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Originally posted by Steelbenz Steelbenz wrote:

Yes, I saw that too.
It will be interesting to see how they match up.
I too will be waiting to see their real world performance.
 
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Hmm, I have been using the interlocks, and innerbonds in most of my stuff.  I will have try the GMX in the next year and see what I think.
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