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Thread: Lee 358-158-RF: Your experience?

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    Hahaha. More of Roy's "cheater bullets"... Sorry, running joke.

    My preference is for the 358-158 Lyman mold. Lawn steel shooting in Contender with 10" barrel, and S&W model 27 with 8.375 inch barrel, I win my share of nickels with that RFN 160 grain bullet in front of Promo powder (basically Red Dot with out the red dots

    Quote Originally Posted by gunarea View Post
    Been casting the older brother Lyman 358495 for over fifteen years now. A few of the shooters I know have the Lee version and do well with it. Got the Lee mould last year, for reasons not mentioned. Last Tuesday I took 20 of the Lee, four month maturity loaded identically to the Lyman standards, to the range for side by side comparison. Fired from a Uberti rolling block pistol. Same POA, same POI. In my opinion, the Lee projectile had a slight advantage toppling steel. Different nose ogive and larger meplate on Lee, might be the reason. My test was steel at 50 to 70 yds. Of the 20 Lee slugs, not a single missed target. Oh yeah, it does rain bullets!
    Last edited by DukeInFlorida; 03-27-2020 at 07:59 AM.

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    Boolit Bub
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    NW Alabama
    I read this post last night and I don't when Lee listed it but I missed it when I bought the other 3 158 grainers. Went online at Lee liked the looks ordered the 6 hole mold and handles. Get it in about 14 days.
    Thanks for the post and comments.

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