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    Wts:used lee bullet molds

    AD NO. 2 Want to sell: Used Lee bullet molds. All are 2 cavity and have handles. They are in the original boxes without factory paperwork. They have been smoked and may have leading on the sprue plates and top of mold blocks.

    PRICE: $14.00 per mold plus shipping. PRICE DROP-$12.00 each or make offer.

    LAST PRICE DROP---$10.00 each or make offer.

    SHIPPING: All shipping will be USPS Flat Rate. 1-3 molds= $7.00 (padded flat rate envelope--boxes may get crushed). 4-8 molds= $14.00 (MFRB). 9+ molds= $18.00 (LFRB). All flat rate boxes have $50.00 insurance--any additional insurance is your choice/cost.

    TO PURCHASE: Post 'I'll take XX' and PM for details. I will accept PayPal F&F, USPS M/O or cash at your risk.

    1. Lee No: 90574 358-125 RF---SPF--SOLD--SHIPPED
    2. Lee N0: 90601 TL356-95 RF---SPF--SOLD--SHIPPED
    3. Lee No: 90305 356-102 1R---SPF--SOLD--SHIPPED
    4. Lee No: 90309 356-125 2R see ad #1
    5. same as above (No 4).---SPF--SOLD--SHIPPED
    6. same as above (No 4).---SPF--SOLD--SHIPPED

    Any of these molds can be packaged with molds from my previous ad posted today for savings on shipping. Thanks for looking, Steve
    Last edited by durango; 07-13-2018 at 12:39 PM. Reason: Price drop

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    I'll take the following:

    2. Lee N0: 90601 TL356-95 RF
    3. Lee No: 90305 356-102 1R
    4. Lee No: 90309 356-125 2R

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    Camper64-

    I also have the TL356-95 RF mold; you'll love it and hate it. Makes beautiful RNFP powder coated bullets; you'll HATE loading them, real PITA.

    Also, I had problems loading these in 9mm. The bullets are so light, you have to load them on the hot side to make them work in an auto pistol.

    380? No problem, they work great. Still a PITA to load (for me, at least...........lol!)

    HV
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVelocity View Post
    Camper64-

    I also have the TL356-95 RF mold; you'll love it and hate it. Makes beautiful RNFP powder coated bullets; you'll HATE loading them, real PITA.

    Also, I had problems loading these in 9mm. The bullets are so light, you have to load them on the hot side to make them work in an auto pistol.

    380? No problem, they work great. Still a PITA to load (for me, at least...........lol!)

    HV
    They are great for my Bersa .380.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVelocity View Post
    Camper64-

    I also have the TL356-95 RF mold; you'll love it and hate it. Makes beautiful RNFP powder coated bullets; you'll HATE loading them, real PITA.

    Also, I had problems loading these in 9mm. The bullets are so light, you have to load them on the hot side to make them work in an auto pistol.

    380? No problem, they work great. Still a PITA to load (for me, at least...........lol!)

    HV
    Its for my Ruger LCP 380. I have small fingers so I don't think I should have a problem handling them, but only time will tell.

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    back to top for the weekend-491

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    PRICE DROP and return to top.

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