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    Butchered Lee 2 cavity mold

    I bought a Lee mold off amazin and it showed up butchered. It appears to be someone drilled it a little smaller than a 9mm. So if someone wants it please make a small donation to the site and I will ship it to you for your own further experimentation. If youd like a picture I can email or text you one. Just pm me.
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    Why not just return it to Amazon?
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    Drilled it a little smaller than a 9MM? What does that mean?

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    This one is interesting.................

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    It could be just the ticket for a powder coater.
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    What do you mean by butchered?
    If it is a new mold from the factory, send it back, and get your money back.
    I've ordered a couple of dodgy molds over the years, and learned my lesson.
    These days I only buy from quality manufacturers.
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    Someone contact the man and get the pics so we can see it.

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    Prolly came from the factory that way.

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    Seems that pull the trigger is not to be heard from ? ?

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    Looks like he's not signed in since the day after this thread was started. I presume it shall remain a mystery.

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    Sorry I tried to post pics but I cant seam to do it lately. I bought it from an individual as used off amazon. Seller said it worked great. The liar failed to mention someone used a drill bit to hog it out and not even centered in the blocks. So I thought an experimenter may like to use it as a donor to try their hand at making a mold.
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    if the seller won't refund you contact Amazon directly

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    They did refund the money. Said to keep the mold. I really thought someone would want this thing. I know I have seen posts where people wanted donor blocks before.
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    But people need to see what it looks like in the present condition to see if it is something they could still use.

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    pull the trigger
    Here is a quick description of how to use IMGUR
    http://castboolits.gunloads.com/show...=1#post4100955

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