My uncle had a friend years ago that worked at our local newspaper. When the plant switched from lino to computers to print the paper, he gave my uncle just over 500lbs of the stuff. My uncle passed away in 1999, and I got all of his loading gear, including the lino. I have used about 50lbs of it over the last 10 years, but am more tight with it as time goes on. Looking at the price on Midway, I have a small fortune in alloy. I did not realize until recently how valuable the stuff is, or how hard it is to come by. My uncle always cast all of his bullets from straight lino. Not me!!!!