Previous to this week I was unaware that Belding & Mull had produced boolit molds. Last sunday I purchased one from a friend complete with handles. Mold number ie "451210" and is an extremely blunt round nose, plain base boolit. The sprue plate is made of very thick metal. Markings on the mold are "B & M - IRON". The limited data that I have found indicate that these molds were made in 1926/27. Does anyone have any data on the history of B&M molds and experience with them and with this boolit in particular?
At the same time I bought a "Modern Bond" , two hole mold that is in near new condition. It actually looks unused. Mold # is F-257-730. It appears to be approximately a 100 grain boolit with a rather pointed, round nose. Does anyone have any experience or data for this boolit. I anticipate much pleasure experimentating with both these molds. Neil