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After three months my Accurate molds came in. Not complaining about the time frame as that is what they told me to expect...12 weeks +.

Now I've got to find time to give them a try. These are my first Accurate molds and they look great...but then again what do I know as a nubie.

The first is a .460 325 FNGC bullet for 45-70's that is specifically designed to feed in Marlin 1895's. I should also be able to use it in my rolling block.

The second is a .315 194 FNGC that is designed to the 311 caliber military rifles. It is designed to cast .315 - 3.17 to be sized and used in Argentine Mausers, 7.7 Arisakas, and 303 Brits. Hopefully it will work well in at lest one of these rifles.

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Brass. I'm finding that I like brass molds. They stay at a more consistent temperature when my casting rhythm is not the best. I don't mind the weight as long as they are not 6 cavity.
 
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