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  1. Forum: Cast Boolits

    https://noebulletmolds.com/site/shop/bullet-moulds...

    https://noebulletmolds.com/site/shop/bullet-moulds/458-460/460-315-rf-av3/460-315-rf-rg2-cavity-1gc-1pb/

    Have to wait for them to run more but it's what you want.
  2. Thread: Bronze Casting

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    Bronze bullets are not normally cast, they are...

    Bronze bullets are not normally cast, they are turned on screw machines. You can buy leaded bronze rod to run in your machine. Also be aware there are about 1000 different bronze alloys and only a...
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    Since the normal twist rate for a 32 WS is 1:16,...

    Since the normal twist rate for a 32 WS is 1:16, the standard bullet is right at the limit of stability. Going any longer may pose some accuracy issues, I would try to get a sample of those bullets...
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    Accurate #5 most recently.

    Accurate #5 most recently.
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    358-125-RF works great in mine.

    358-125-RF works great in mine.
  6. Thread: brakes

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    Speed Bleeders are good things. Vacuum pump works...

    Speed Bleeders are good things. Vacuum pump works too.
  7. Thread: makin 10.4x38R?

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    Yep, those heel bullets are really the right way...

    Yep, those heel bullets are really the right way to do it. since there's no parallel in the neck if you want to use smokeless you need some way of stopping the bullet. Accurate Molds has a design...
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    You are right about that. I can't remember ever...

    You are right about that. I can't remember ever using a pin gauge to check this barrel but it's obviously a bit bigger than any of my other 45s because it's the only one I can load this ball/patch...
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    Forum: Cast Boolits

    Yep, a combination of burn rate charts and...

    Yep, a combination of burn rate charts and Quickload lets me come up with something pretty easily.
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    I know you want verifiable data, I don't have...

    I know you want verifiable data, I don't have that but I do have an anecdote if that is worth anything. When I started shooting silhouette with a Contender 22 hornet, I too had a pound of 4198 for...
  11. Thread: makin 10.4x38R?

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    Got to like results like that! These rifles can...

    Got to like results like that! These rifles can be exceptionally accurate if the bores are still in good shape and they get fed good ammo as you have shown. I have never shot mine with smokeless...
  12. Thread: 8 millimeters

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    Thank you for the additional post. That is...

    Thank you for the additional post. That is certainly a rifle worth having. Good luck making ammo for it, that shouldn't be a problem with the tools you have available.
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    ball size matters

    Either from laziness or habit, I had always used .440" balls in 45 caliber guns. They worked great in everything except an old single trigger Cherokee I picked up about 10 years ago. No matter what I...
  14. Thread: makin 10.4x38R?

    by Nobade
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    Yes, single shot. The rounds are too long to...

    Yes, single shot. The rounds are too long to feed. I slugged the bore, found out what the groove diameter is, and cut the cases off to the right length to accept a bullet that size. I don't know what...
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    If you want to try different bullets before...

    If you want to try different bullets before buying a mold, check out papercartridges.com he has several designs for sale as well as ready to load cartridges for it. The masters of the rifled musket...
  16. Thread: 8 millimeters

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    I would measure the throat and the ID of a fired...

    I would measure the throat and the ID of a fired case and use that to guide you as to what the patched diameter needs to be. The less you can make it bump up the better it will shoot. And if it is...
  17. Thread: makin 10.4x38R?

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    However much FFg that fits is my load. Bullet is...

    However much FFg that fits is my load. Bullet is a 350 grain slick paper patched to .433". I think it ends up around 50 grains but it's been a while since I loaded any. Super accurate at any rate and...
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    I have been mowing some incredibly rough terrain...

    I have been mowing some incredibly rough terrain for the last year using a Hustler Super Z. 25hp Kawasaki engine, 72" cut, I am extremely impressed with it. There's no way a homeowner type mower...
  19. Thread: makin 10.4x38R?

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    My rifle won't chamber a cartridge formed from...

    My rifle won't chamber a cartridge formed from 348, it's too tight right by the rim. If yours will then you are good to go. Used to be, the Lebel cases were considerably cheaper as well but I don't...
  20. Thread: 10 gauge loads.

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    1 dram = 27.34 grains

    1 dram = 27.34 grains
  21. Thread: 10 gauge loads.

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    Forum: Shot Guns

    Isn't a standard 10 gauge load 4 drams of powder...

    Isn't a standard 10 gauge load 4 drams of powder and 1 1/2 oz shot? And I would use Fg.
  22. Thread: makin 10.4x38R?

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    I use 8x60R Lebel. Just trim and fireform. And as...

    I use 8x60R Lebel. Just trim and fireform. And as mentioned, got to convert it to centerfire first.
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    https://www.tumbleweedsrifles.com/ is his shop.

    https://www.tumbleweedsrifles.com/

    is his shop.
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    Mark Pharr over in Round Rock knows his stuff....

    Mark Pharr over in Round Rock knows his stuff. Still pretty far from West Texas though.
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    You are thinking of 303 Guy but what you propose...

    You are thinking of 303 Guy but what you propose will work. 7mm is great for patching as you can use normal 270 bullets and just wrap them. A little JB bore paste used as patch lube will speed up the...
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Abbreviations used in Reloading

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
GC Gas Check