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Discussion in '"Boolit" Casting' started by osiek, Jan 1, 2018.
1200 158 grain 357sw
I have a 4-cavity mold for the Elmer Keith .44 mag bullet, but don't have any handles to fit it.
Beautiful! The only thing I like better is when they're .429/430" and weigh 255-265 grs.
I had one that's 210 gr, but I don't cast or load anymore.
Got them all sized and lubed ready to load
Those look great.....what alloy?
How are you loading them?
Who made the mold you use, RCBS, Lyman, or?
2% tin alloy
The mold in an old Ideal single cavity
Sized and lubed with a RCBS lubeamatic with RCBS brand lube
Used in both 38 special for practice in a S&W model 10 & 19 and Colt trooper III & detective special & 357 magnum loads for hunting in a Marlin lever gun
1200 cast bullets from a single cavity mold....... You were busy for a while.
They do look GOOD ! ! !
Retired with plenty of time on my hands LOL
I have the 6 cav. mold from Lee that takes a gas check. 12 coffee cans full reloaded and not the first check
Few of my fav 38s
Ones on the left and right are of the same design just 38&44
I could put those to good use if they are just laying around.
Which ones you wanna try out