In the accelerated pace in which much of today's business is conducted, we are often reminiscent of the days when being in business meant
"Quality Service, Quality Products and Customer
Bill Ohligs, aka "The Bullet Meister", a devoted competitive target shooter since the 1960's, was unable to find a well balanced, consistently high quality bullet to reload his target ammunition. In order to fulfill this need, Bill set out to learn the art of casting quality bullets. By intensely studying all available literature and testing his findings with other serious shooters, he mastered this complex task.
In achieving his goal, Bill enjoyed casting, reloading and shooting as a
hobby for many years. This hobby led to his becoming an accomplished marksman which in turn
led to other shooters persuading him to cast bullets and reload for them. The demand for quality match grade bullets became so great that in 1984 he decided to turn his hobby into a full time business, thus officially creating Meister Bullets, Inc.
Incorporated in Arizona, the
company was initially established to provide quality cast bullets to resellers only. The business was founded on, and continues to operate today, on the motto of "Quality Service, Quality Products and Complete Customer Satisfaction". Meister Bullets, Inc. is dedicated to providing our customers with only the highest quality cast bullets........quality unheard of in this day and age. Those who use Meister bullets all agree "Meister bullets are the best bullets available anywhere!".
A recent addition to our product line is one that has been requested by serious shooters around the world for many decades. We call this product the
"Slug-Your-Barrel" kit. Designed by the Meister (which is German for Master) himself Bill Ohligs. It took Bill 4 long years of engineering and development to perfect this new product, but he did it. In January, 2001, Meister Bullets, Inc. introduced it newest addition to its product line, the
"Slug-Your-Barrel" ™ kit.
This kit is designed for shooters who experience leading or inaccuracy when shooting cast lead bullets. By "slugging" a gun's barrel, you are able to determine the barrel's actual groove diameter. Once this groove diameter is know, the shooter is then able to match the bullet diameter to his barrel diameter thereby assuring the best accuracy and least leading.
On October 1, 2001, Bill and Jacky Ohligs retired. At that time, Meister
Bullets, Inc. became the proud possession of Bill and Judy Casey.
They operated Meister Bullets Inc. between Oct. 01 and July 2007.
Bill and Judy Casey closed Meister Bullets, Inc. on August 9, 2007 to
pursue other interests.
Bill Scrivner, their production manager of the
past 5 years, started a new company, Meister Bullet and Ammunition
Company, in order to continue supplying high quality cast bullets and
ammunition that the public has come to appreciate. Bill Scrivner
was personally trained by the original Bullet Meister himself (Bill
Ohligs) in 2001 prior to becoming the Casey's production manager.