having recently fallen in love, again, this time with the .41magnum i had to comment on the above mould. I just got through throwing a bunch of 185grainers from an old lyman mould i borrowed for .41magnum, and used a lee 210grain mould for a wadcutter specifically designed for their lee liquid alox. But I wanted a keith style bullet like the .429421 for the .44magnum and .44special. Then I realized lyman doesn't make the .410459 anymore. Going to ebay i just saw an auction end for one for a two holer that went for 127bucks. Ouch. Interesting enough midway has also been out of the .411lyman sizer for some time.
Interesting enough, rcbs makes a mould for what i think is the same bullet, their mould number is #82039, with the top punch and sizer too.. Ordered yesterday.
Cannot figure out why the lyman mould is in such demand.
Long live the .41magnum. I have now shot it in an old three screw ruger blackhawk, s&w model 57, and a really good pistol the ruger redhawk in a 5 1/2inch barrel. They are dead nuts accurate, and don't give up much if anything to the .44magnum, and I think they fly better