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    WTS: mould clearance sale

    I am thinning the herd on my mould collection.
    All of my moulds have been perfectly taken care of. I clean them after every use and keep them oiled and tightly wrapped in a plastic shopping bag and taped shut. They are stored in airtight containers until used, or taken out and fondled and re oiled at least annually.
    They are all in excellent condition. These moulds saw use in my earlier casting years and I have replaced most of them with H&G moulds or just don't use them any more. NO PHOTOS - MY CAMERA IS IN THE SHOP.
    Terms of sale: I will accept discreet cash at your risk. If you do that, use something with tracking. Personal checks if you have perfect feedback and have been here for a while. Otherwise PO money order or bank check.
    SHIPPING IS INCLUDED IN THESE PRICES. WILL COMBINE SHIPPING ON MULTIPLES AND SAVE YOU A FEW BUCKS.

    1) H&G #73 – 4 cavity with handles - -.38 S&W Special. 145 grains. "Improved #64." Plain base. One rounded grease groove, one crimp groove, semi-wadcutter shoulder, straight taper nose, to meplat. "Carl Haines says it is the best.38 bullet he has used. Shoots plenty of 95's with it. Another customer says "machine rest tested #73 and 30 different bullets (designs) --#73 was the most accurate" April 19, 1940. Very neat bullet to shoot in 38 or light 357’s. A great casting mould. $140SPF TO BRASSMAGNET

    2) H&G #319 4 cavity swc – with handles – rare mould – designed for the .357 Remington Maximum. 200 grains. Plain base extended square grease groove, deep crimp groove. Wide driving bands. This is a long bullet. I fooled with this in 357 mag using WW296 by shortening 357 cases, or you can use it in a long cylinder, a single shot or a rifle. Heavy 357 bullet hits with authority. $170 SPF TO BRASSMAGNET

    3) RCBS 358-158 swc plain base - 2 cavity – no handles. Classic 38/357 bullet. Casts wonderfully. $50

    4) Lyman 429421 plain base 2 cavity – no handles. 44 Special, 44 Mag 245 Grain SWC. $50

    5) LEE 429214 plain base SC w/ handles. Produces a .429 diameter 214 grain Semi Wad Cutter bullet suitable for cartridges like 44 Spec, 44/40, etc. Neat little mould. I have no idea where I got this. $30 SPF TO WHEELGUN
    6) RCBS 44 250 KT PB – 2 cavity with handles – the classic Keith type bullet. Great casting mould in a classic 44 bullet design. $65SPF TO ARKANSAS PACKRAT

    7) Lyman 358156 GC 4 cavity – the classic Lyman 357 bullet – no handles. $75

    8) Lyman 429360 single cavity – perfect for HP’ing. I just never got around to doing it. $40SPF TO BRASSMAGNET

    9) Lyman 358156 single cavity – perfect for HP’ing. . I just never got around to doing it. $40

    10) Lee 358156 6 cavity GROUP BUY - plain base with handles. This mould has been beagled and has a set screw in the body where the sprue plate lever hits the mould body. It is a wonderfully casting mould where bullets fall like rain. $70. SPF TO WHEELGUN
    Post all questions here or "I'll take it". We will work out the details via pm.
    Last edited by FISH4BUGS; 10-13-2018 at 12:45 PM. Reason: make it easier to follow
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    I'll take this:

    2) H&G #319 4 cavity swc – with handles – rare mould – designed for the .357 Remington Maximum. 200 grains. Plain base extended square grease groove, deep crimp groove. Wide driving bands. This is a long bullet. I fooled with this in 357 mag using WW296 by shortening 357 cases, or you can use it in a long cylinder, a single shot or a rifle. Heavy 357 bullet hits with authority. $170

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    I'lltake this:

    1) H&G #73 – 4 cavity with handles - -.38 S&W Special. 145 grains. "Improved #64." Plain base. One rounded grease groove, one crimp groove, semi-wadcutter shoulder, straight taper nose, to meplat. "Carl Haines says it is the best.38 bullet he has used. Shoots plenty of 95's with it. Another customer says "machine rest tested #73 and 30 different bullets (designs) --#73 was the most accurate" April 19, 1940. Very neat bullet to shoot in 38 or light 357’s. A great casting mould. $140

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    cancel this one.
    I didn't see it said Lee.
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    I'll take this:

    8) Lyman 429360 single cavity – perfect for HP’ing. I just never got around to doing it. $40

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    Thank you! They are yours.
    Let me figure out how I can ship all this in one box and I'll reduce the price. I'll let you know the total amount via PM. I'll try to get to this today but I still have to make a living in all this fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FISH4BUGS View Post
    Thank you! They are yours.
    Let me figure out how I can ship all this in one box and I'll reduce the price. I'll let you know the total amount via PM. I'll try to get to this today but I still have to make a living in all this fun!
    No big hurry!

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    I'll take #6

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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmagnet View Post
    cancel this one.
    I didn't see it said lee.
    # 5 cancelled - still available
    Last edited by FISH4BUGS; 10-12-2018 at 12:23 PM.
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    Pm sent with a question.

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    I’ll take #5 and #10
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheelgun View Post
    I’ll take #5 and #10
    Thanks
    They are yours. Details coming via PM.
    Thank you!
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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