Iv'e been shooting cast bullets for about a year now. I purchased a Lyman 311299 by recommendation from an experienced boolit caster. I cast for an '03 Springfield as well as a .30-40 cutdown rifle. I got better results with cast bullets out of the Springfield becaust the bore was old and tired. The Krag has a much better bore but is slugged at .309. I have seen post here about the fatter .30 mould.
The Springfield has had a new Douglas barrel installed and hasn't been fired yet because of the weather. Any suggestiond from you experienced casters and shooters about the pro's and cons of both?? I size the boolits to .311 on an old Lyman 450. The nose of this boolit mikes at .300.
Thanks in advance