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    Boolit Master RKJ's Avatar
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    Lee Precision C452-300-Rf DC. It's a 300 grain FN for a 45 Colt, it's supposed to drop at .452 but is .456 bare from the mold. I think with some of Smokes Jet black PC I can get it to .458 easy enough. I'm going to try it in a Marlin 1895GG, but If it doesn't work there I'll try it sized in a 25-7. It's a nice looking bullet and I'm hoping it shoots good for me.

  2. #82
    Yesterday I received my new Arsenal mold, 32cal 98gr SWC. Very nice and I might just have to fire up the pot and give it a go.

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    Brand new Lee C430-310 RF. Gotta.44 magnum to feed, this is going to be interesting! Powder coat, gas check, and hope like the dickens this thing works like I think it will! Never shot, or cast for that matter, a boolit this heavy! In a 6 cavity it should not take long to catch up on production of slugs! Merry Christmas to me!
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    Should have a new NOE 502-700 in the mailbox tomorrow. Today they sent me a coupon code for 20% off so I bought a 247gr 308. Can't wait for subsonic goodness.

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    MP 432265 Penta-Point. Miha should give me commission for all of the molds I have ordered from him (12 at last count).
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    SAECO-REDDING #68 8 cavity with handles in almost new condition, from a gun shop, for $50.00 Kanuckistan Kopecs!

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    Took an NOE 459-543 out of the mail . I got a teranasaurusbisallo eating Ms's bachelor buttons .
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    I got the NOE 360 200gr RCBS clone Hollow point. Made some today before I shut down for the winter. Nice
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    Not exactly today but...
    I recently went to an estate sale at the Hensley & Gibbs shop in Murphy, Or.
    I bought 15 of George Hensleys personal molds.
    I assume this were experimental and/or test molds he made.
    Most are 4 cavity. Some are 2 cavity.
    What I found interesting was that some had up to 4 different styles of the same caliber.
    Some had 2 of one style and 2 of another of the same caliber.
    Some have totally different styles and calibers.
    I will cast with each of them and decide which I will keep....dale

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    2 molds....From NOE

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    Mp 270-SAA. Four cavity hp mold. She's being heat cycled as we speak!

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    Nice surprise today.
    When I ordered the Accurate #43-210A on 12/19 the site stated that delivery time would be 3 wks........well, it was in my mail box today (10 days is better than 21).

    Cleaned & 1 heat cycle already & perfect timing since I completely emptied the Pro Melt today & gave it a good cleaning.

    Henry

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    Not today but on Christmas

    NOE 172-26 FN GC 3C
    NOE 172-32 RF PB 3C

    ON 12/11
    Lyman 410459 DC

    I had MIL aad FIL here for visit till today and this weekend it is going to be too cold in the garage to try them out. AAARRRGG

    Oh Well will get them cleaned and heat cycled I guess.
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    I got one of NOE's 44 H&G 503 copies in 4 cav.

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    I ordered my first Accurate Mold last week, and it's on the way. $158 shipped; a 5 cavity.
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    This looks to be the exact replica of the bullets I've been buying retail from Meister Bullets or Missouri Bullet Co. My hope is that I made my last order for cast 158 grn RNFPs for my cowboy shooting Ruger Vaqueros and Winchester 1873 replica!

    Also, prior to making the Accurate Mold decision; broke down and ordered a Lee 6-cavity 358 158grn RF from Midway; paid a mere $37.79 for it, and am curious to see how lame it is compared to the Accurate mold. It's not the head shape I usually prefer, but it probably doesn't matter much in the long run; considering it's just for clanking against a steel target lol
    https://www.midwayusa.com/product/17...scription-link

    Of course, I also bagged the Lee 12 gauge slug mold too; haha, we'll see what those look like PC'ed and loaded for modern 3-gun matches.

    Thanks; just sharing!
    SpadeAce

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    In the past 6 monts I have been gradually acquiring .45 and .44 molds.

    First a New old stock Lyman 452374

    Then a Saeco #420.

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    Then I propsed a slight design modification to the Accurate 45-195T. Tom was kind enough to accept the modification and the 45-185O ( the O for my son Owen, hopefully a future shooter and bullet caster but right now he is just a precocious 4 year old) was born. I now have an iron 3 cavity 45-185O awaiting its first casting session.

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    Then Christmas came along and Wifey bought me a Lee six cavity 45-230 TC.

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    Finally a two cavity Lee TL452-230-2R and a

    RCBS 45-230-CM

    Have joined the collection.

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    I got a new to me, 2 cavity Ideal 3118 yesterday. Today on my lunch break I cast up 63 sweet, 120 grain pills. After a proper heat up those little beauties just fell right out. The previous owner either rarely used it or treated it like it was gold plated. It is a very sweet mold. I have a Ruger SSM chomping at the bit to send those babies down range.

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Abbreviations used in Reloading

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"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check