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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokarev View Post
    It may very well be a proprietary method but I believe the jacket is applied via electrochemical process. Maybe plating isn't the right word in Speer's case.

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    The Gold Dot is electrochemically bonded - might be a plating process as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokarev View Post
    It may very well be a proprietary method but I believe the jacket is applied via electrochemical process. Maybe plating isn't the right word in Speer's case.

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    Well, itís thick, but doesnít pull back away from the interior metal like a jacket would when violated via dremel. Sticks together. So, a bonded FMJ? Or does plating mean the same thing?

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    Looks plated to me.

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