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Thread: Interest for 9mm /357/ 38spl Round nose SWC mold (MP molds)

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    Interest for 9mm /357/ 38spl Round nose SWC mold (MP molds)

    Is there interest for such mold out there??
    I have cherries and blocks ready.
    I did it for a customer from Sweden for PPC competition.

    We can do 6cav brass or 8 cav aluminum........

    .359 as cast weight 140 grains with WW alloy and aprox 135 with lyman #2 alloy.

    It cycles nice in my 9mm Tanfoglio limited custom


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    I think I would like a 8 cav aluminum........

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    I would be interested in an eight cavity.

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    Would you consider doing 4 cav aluminium?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWM View Post
    Would you consider doing 4 cav aluminium?
    I can cut you 6 cav Lee style for same price. or brass
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    Plying around with this one as we speak.

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    Interesting

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    Reports on how it shoots? Anyone try loading 38 Special?

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    Works fine in my F92 and G17, nice clean holes, accuracy on pair with my 9mm SWC, 10m distance, I am not an expert and this was just function test so far, but it works fine. Plinking and competition type of bullet, not finicky to load

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    Around here in MI the 9mm factory stuff sell pretty cheap. Not worth chasing the empties.

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    Casted today with that mold...once I figured out proper lead flow on my electric furnace, around 10th pour, it just started to drop perfect bullets, perfect basesClick image for larger version. 

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    Three to five taps and they were all out.

    Mold is a bit lighter, compared to my 6cav SWC, also MiHec, copy of H&G#278, so it's easier on wrists

    Yes preheating it is almost a must....got a nice pile that I powder-coated....

    So casting with it - usual custom brass experience, prewarmed on a hot plate, and I casted with 370 degrees Celsius.

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    I don't really need one but I kind of want one
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    Same as Loudy13, don't need it but would like the brass one.

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    I'd like to have an 8-cavity al mold. It would make a pile of bullets in a hurry.

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    This would be a fun bullet to use on "Battleship" splatter targets.
    Got an ex-special forces friend that I like to compete with. I'm almost as good as him, but not quite.

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    I would like to try an 8 cavity aluminum mold. How much $ or €?
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    Good evening,
    I would like a 8 cavity aluminum.

    Thank you.

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    Any chance on a gas check option?

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    How does the boolit perform at ppc for the swede?

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    Interest for 9mm /357/ 38spl Round nose SWC mold (MP molds)

    I can send few free samples-inside EU only.

    Have few as cast and a lot powder coated, sized to 358".
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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
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