Cast Projectiles for 25-20wcf

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Cast Projectiles for 25-20wcf

Postby P38 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:03 am

Can anyone please tell me if you can get cast projectiles or moulds in .257cal to run in my Winchester 1892 25-20wcf.

I'd be keen on 60gr, 75gr and 86gr projectiles especially if they are coated instead of lubed.


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can you wait

Postby carload9 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 9:40 am

Call al @ NOE molds. Tell him what you want.
(801) 377-7289

Then call donnie:
1) ask for 1/2 liter kit 36$plusfedex.
2) pick your color
3) buy 31100 hamilton beach convection oven (kmart)
4) build this for drying boolits and brass (stucco wire mesh @ home depot)
5) Coat some if your cast with your new hi-tek-supercoat.
6) read my thread here
7) read my sticky (simple hi-tek) on castboolitforum in booilt lube area.
8) watch these 2 vids ... re=related

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Postby motopic » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:52 pm

Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook. 4th Ed.

25WCF, aka 25-20win.

shows 1 mold, 85gr RCBS #25-85-CM

NOTE: not intended for use in firearms designed for black powder. Use in smokeless powder guns only.

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Postby P38 » Fri Aug 23, 2013 5:01 am

Thanks for the replies

I'll check out the RCBs moulds


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Postby Old 454 » Fri Aug 23, 2013 6:08 pm

Also check out Lyman molds to, I seen a buddy that had Lyman molds for the .257 roberts.

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