Gun Metal Bullets was created out of love for dynamic shooting
Anyone who participates in competitive sports knows that in order to achieve better results, one should dedicate a significant amount of time to regular training. Unfortunately, in dynamic shooting, this also involves substantial fixed expenses on ammunition. Therefore, to maximize the use of available weapons and reduce training costs, we began reloading. However, after some time, we realized that merely having a reloading press and high-quality dies was not enough to produce good-quality ammunition using the brass collected at the shooting range. We noticed that a few percent of each batch of ammunition produced wouldn't fit a case gauge, and it was not due to a bullet seating die or the seating process itself. After thoroughly analyzing the problem, we concluded that it was either a result of a damaged rim or the so-called Glock bulge. This realization led us to focus on the process of case rolling. At the time, case rolling machines were not available in Europe, and the costs of shipping, taxes, and customs fees were exorbitant. Therefore, we decided to design and create our own machine, one that would be faster and superior in every way to the machines available on the market. Thus, the GMB rollers family was born, along with the idea to design and introduce other devices essential for expediting the reloading process to the market.