I thought so as well after googling them. None of the newer ones match other than the shape and hex sized tip opening. Trying to see what grain they are. Probably older original design. Guy has them for sale but know nothing about them and if they r any good.Look like CEB raptors
Look like CEB raptors
How did they kill? Guy wants 75$ for 50. Or just buy a box of 350 Barnes?Lehigh made a .416 caliber bullet that looked just like that. I don’t know if they still do or not. It wasn’t on the Lehigh Defense website but had its own website. They were called DOA bullets if my memory is right. I still have some. Mine are 330 grain bullets. I also have some .458-200gr. I can’t find the Lehigh DOA website anymore so I doubt that they’re still making it which would be too bad, it did shoot well.
No, they are NOT CEB Raptors of any sort. They look to be early versions from Lehigh, however I am not 100% sure of that, I have some 330 Lehighs left over from days gone by, but mine have a much longer nose projection, almost not viable in some of my shorter cartridges because of that. There were not many standards back in 2006-2010 with Lehigh...... so it is hard to say. Definitely not CEB for sure. Most likely works the same however, if the cavity is deep enough and the walls of the cavity not too thick.