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Thread: WTS Molds - Hoch-NEI-LBT-NOE-SAECO

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    WTS Molds - Hoch-NEI-LBT-NOE-SAECO

    I have a few molds that I'm parting with.

    First "I'll Take It" Shipping is not included. I'll be shipping flat rate boxes, regional rate, whatever is cheapest.
    Paypal preferred, checks are ok.

    1. NOE 2 Cavity Brass Mold. .502 700. The flat point drops 700 grains. This has hollow point, penta hollow point, and flat point pins. The pins that were not in the mold have some light surface rust. Gas Check Base - $125 SPF to Leadhead 500
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    2. NEI 2 Cavity Aluminum Mold. 411 220 SWC Plain Base. A bit dirty, but the cavities are good. Includes the original box. $50
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    3. NOE 4 Cavity Aluminum Mold. 502 with 450gr 500gr 550gr and 600gr Plain Base cavities. Great shape. $75 SPF to Gone_Rabid
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    4. ACE company 6 Cavity Aluminum Mold. .30 Cal 230 GC Great shape. $75 -SPF To Lee S. Forsberg
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    5. NEI 2 Cavity Aluminum Mold. 458 405 GC. A bit of flash on the faces. $60 NOW $55
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    6. Saeco 4 Cavity Steel Mold. 411294 PB. Mold and saeco handles. Includes the original Red and White Saeco box. I believe these blocks are the meehanite steel alloy. $150 SPF to RICHP
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    7. LBT 2 Cavity Aluminum Mold. 360265 SP GC. This was the mold I was using in my 40x 35 Remington to shoot out to 500 Yards. I got this from Smokemjoe along with the rifle. The cavities are marked with a dot for sorting. $65 NOW $55
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    8. HOCH 360268 GC Single Cavity Steel Mold. Nose pour mold with the original box. Includes a pair of Lee handles modified to fit. $125 NOW $115
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    Please PM me with your address and how you'd like to pay.
    Last edited by Doc_Stihl; 05-28-2020 at 05:33 PM. Reason: Price Drop
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    What caliber and weight is the NOE brass mold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Butcher View Post
    What caliber and weight is the NOE brass mold?
    I updated #1 It's a .502 diameter and drops a 700gr with the flat point. I'll see if I can find the weights with the HP pins.
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    I'll take #4 the 230gr 30 cal.

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    I will take n0. 6, the Saeco 411294 mold and handles.

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    Pm sent on #1

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    I’ll take #3. Pm sent.
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    I'll take #2 the 411 220 swc.

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    Seconds on #4 if it doesn't happen.

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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
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