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Thread: ACTIVE: MP - 45-70 Carbine HP mold, 4-cav brass or 6-cav solid

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLAYPOOL View Post
    Add me to the 4 cavity brass flat base, all pins, cast @ .459. goodfarms1@frontierdot com...........
    I've added you to the list, Thanks!

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    Man going on two years now, this really surprises me! Hanging in there....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazman1602 View Post
    Man going on two years now, this really surprises me! Hanging in there....
    I hear ya Taz!! I need this one as bad as you! Need to get more folks interested in their lever guns...

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    I'll take one of these too!

    4-cav Brass, HP, FB, .459 - fuelinjected @t gmail d0t c0m

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    Please add me to the list,

    4-cav Brass, HP, FB, all pins, .459 kc2skg AT gmail DOT com

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    Quote Originally Posted by dperk View Post
    I'll take one of these too!

    4-cav Brass, HP, FB, .459 - fuelinjected @t gmail d0t c0m
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    Please add me to the list,

    4-cav Brass, HP, FB, all pins, .459 kc2skg AT gmail DOT com

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    Thanks gentlemen, I have you on the list!

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    Put me down for a 4 cavity HP FB .459 and a set of handles bri2906 at AOL dot com

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    If I might ask a completely novice question (and if this isn't the place, please set me straight and (re)move this post), what are the major differences between this boolit/mold in .459 and the other group buy at <https://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?359485-ACTIVE-MP-Mold-459-460-300gr-RNFP-with-HP-option>? The one in the other thread looks to be a bit longer/heavier and it has an option for a gas check. But to my untrained eye they look very similar.

    I have a 45-70 NEF HandiRifle, am contemplating the future purchase of a lever gun in the same caliber, and I am looking to throw in with one of these two group buys. Any input to help educate a neophyte bullet caster/reloader would be appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakehouse2012 View Post
    I hear ya Taz!! I need this one as bad as you! Need to get more folks interested in their lever guns...
    Dude I was just looking and didn’t see my name on the list? I will check again....

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    Yes you are right, but I went through all the thread postings and you never posted on this one...

    Also- there is a problem with the GB threads right now, and the honchos can't update their post #1's, it's supposed to be fixed in the next few days.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tazman1602 View Post
    Dude I was just looking and didn’t see my name on the list? I will check again....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakehouse2012 View Post
    Yes you are right, but I went through all the thread postings and you never posted on this one...

    Also- there is a problem with the GB threads right now, and the honchos can't update their post #1's, it's supposed to be fixed in the next few days.
    Lake I’m sorry — I’m in on a different group buy with you. It’s been so long I panicked when I didn’t see my name here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by klobbermeister View Post
    If I might ask a completely novice question (and if this isn't the place, please set me straight and (re)move this post), what are the major differences between this boolit/mold in .459 and the other group buy at <https://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?359485-ACTIVE-MP-Mold-459-460-300gr-RNFP-with-HP-option>? The one in the other thread looks to be a bit longer/heavier and it has an option for a gas check. But to my untrained eye they look very similar.

    I have a 45-70 NEF HandiRifle, am contemplating the future purchase of a lever gun in the same caliber, and I am looking to throw in with one of these two group buys. Any input to help educate a neophyte bullet caster/reloader would be appreciated!
    Welcome to the forum!

    They are very similar. I chose this design as it has been used before with good results. The other is a new design and has not been proven. I have not cast for 45-70 before and wanted a known good design to start with.

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by klobbermeister View Post
    If I might ask a completely novice question (and if this isn't the place, please set me straight and (re)move this post), what are the major differences between this boolit/mold in .459 and the other group buy at <https://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?359485-ACTIVE-MP-Mold-459-460-300gr-RNFP-with-HP-option>? The one in the other thread looks to be a bit longer/heavier and it has an option for a gas check. But to my untrained eye they look very similar.

    I have a 45-70 NEF HandiRifle, am contemplating the future purchase of a lever gun in the same caliber, and I am looking to throw in with one of these two group buys. Any input to help educate a neophyte bullet caster/reloader would be appreciated!
    I'm catching up on replys....

    TimD is right, this mold is a proven design, has been made into molds many times. The other design is also good, I drew it up for the fella out of Germany who wanted better action on a rifle used in Europe often.

    In any Marlin lever 45-70, you would not notice a difference. I'm not familiar with the Handi.

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    I'll take a brass .459, 4-cav, flat base, HP

    41mag at peoplepc dot com
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    Quote Originally Posted by 41mag View Post
    I'll take a brass .459, 4-cav, flat base, HP

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    Ok, I've added you onto the list, Thanks!

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    Can anyone say if this s would be a good one for 45-90 running BP out of an original 1886 first year production?

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    Please put me down for one 4 cav fb hp brass in .459, plus handles please.

    klobbermeister at ameritech dot net

    Thanks!

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    4 cavity brass HP, GC .459
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    Quote Originally Posted by klobbermeister View Post
    Please put me down for one 4 cav fb hp brass in .459, plus handles please.

    klobbermeister at ameritech dot net

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    Thanks Guys, I've got you both on the list.

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    4-cav HP Brass
    1) (Beagle333) - .459, 4-cav, flat base, HP - shutupandjump at yahoo dot com

    I'm going to pull out of this one. thanks. Chuck.
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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