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Thread: 40/10mm Lego

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    Boolit Buddy nhyrum's Avatar
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    40/10mm Lego

    This might be an interesting one. I know for sure I'd be down for a mould, only if it had both the top nub and bottom neck hole. Pc'd yellow and a sharpie and you have shootable Lego's

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    I have interest in 10mm molds. I have no clue what you are suggesting.

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    Whoops, forgot the photo

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    Make it in 38 or 45 and I’m in.

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    .358 and .452 besides .403

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    I'm interested in 40 cal.
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    I'd be in just for the novelty of it. I see it being a hollow base design.

    I just saw an old lyman mold with a nose profile that looked almost exactly like the top of the head.

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    Boolit Buddy
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    bump to top, to move this request next to the other one.

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    I would buy the .40 caliber version as that is the actual size of a Lego head. As a former tool & die guy, I was always very impressed that the Lego parts of thousands of different shapes and sizes always fit snug, but not to snug, with every other part made over the years. Figuring in shrinkage of parts and expansion of molds can be tricky to calculate.

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    So kewlll...........
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