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Thread: Mesh trays for cookin boolits: methods and construction

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheelguns 1961 View Post
    I think you are overthinking it. I use old cookie sheets covered with non stick foil. Works great! Over the years the foil has become very thin. Now you can’t get more than one use with the foil.
    Exactly my method as well. I must say I am "relieved" to hear that the thickness of the non stick foil is also a problem in your neck of the woods...I thought that it is only here in Darkest Africa that we have that problem I must say that I am managing 2-3 sessions with my foil, but mostly only 2, luckily they are not to dear and one roll goes a long way for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron369 View Post
    I donít do the shake and dump thing. I like to stand them up so I bent up some expanded metal. With pistol lead, I just stand them up on the tray with parchment paper.
    Thank you I like this idea very much. Going to try it with some Lee 55 grain 22's.

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    I use these, 4 fit perfectly in my pizza oven.
    https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/...,0,0_SH20_.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredj338 View Post
    I use these, 4 fit perfectly in my pizza oven.
    https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/...,0,0_SH20_.jpg
    Mine look just like these except a little longer and a little skinnier. 4 fit in my Oster countertop convection oven with a little room to spare. Each will hold about 3.75 lbs of bullets and I can load them with 1 hand while opening and closing the door with the other.

    I've got an Avantco pizza oven waiting for the Oster to die. The mesh trays are too long so the door won't close. Sideways I can only get 1 mesh tray in sideways on 2 of the shelves. I'm gonna have to get some like Fred has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie b View Post
    Before you go too far, check how much weight your shelves will handle. I've overloaded one and it made a real mess in the oven.
    And here I thought I was unique
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    This is what I made for my 44 mag boolits
    I insert them so the base is facing up

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
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