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Thread: Looking to identify this mould style, please!

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    Looking to identify this mould style, please!

    Does anyone here know what mould throws this style of .358" cowboy bullet? It's a 158gr RNFP and for some reason while the bullets are easy to find commercially I have not been able to find a mould for it. There are many RNFP moulds but most have a wider meplat and different ogive. Any suggestions? I'm just getting started in casting and would like to find a reasonably priced one since I have a Smith 686 that loves this bullet.
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    Download the bevel base chart, look at the 38 cal 158gr rnfp.


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    Yes, that's a Magma mold. They call it a Cowboy Bullet, but I don't know any SASS shooters who use it.

    Hope this helps.

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    Thanks, guys, that's the one. I would love to find one set up for RCBS handles that I could afford, at least a 2-cavity or more.

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