casting nines,380,&45acp

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carload9
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casting nines,380,&45acp

Postby carload9 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 9:48 am

It seems like iam getting away from casting. If i am able to find projectiles in near furture. After casting 10 to 12 thousand,, my shop will be lot cleaner and i can load my ammo safe quicker. No more lubing and making ingots. Put the stuff in a box in attic. Bulk buy with a match shooter friend i know.

Sparky45
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Postby Sparky45 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:51 am

As long as I can easily get Lead, I will cast for my 357; 45; and probably my 300AAC. Right now I have a mound of Lead Pipe and 6 5 gallon buckets of sorted WW's to make into ingots>boolits. I just bought a Star Luber off *bay, paid more than I should have, but man they are a fantastic Luber.

carload9
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spark

Postby carload9 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 1:50 pm

well, you got it going. iam bailing! I may have enough made before i start buying. He was, before all the mess,, buying 3,650 montanagold 9mm's for 300$. That would be 1825 plated bullets for 150$ plus half shipping paid by me ofcourse.



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The bullet is gold and copper check on the bottom, cheap, but they may go up a lil' , but we can double up on above order.

carload9
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lied

Postby carload9 » Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:15 pm

still casting, cant get away from it. Had ran into some great lead that pours great. That helped! Gold bullets from montanagoldbullets were out on saturday. I have a 9 mm lee mold backordered.

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