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Old 07-22-2010, 02:21 PM   #21
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I cast for my .54 muzzel loaders as well as my .36 cap and ball 1858 navyrepo.
I also cast for my 43 mauser 71-84 and 45 acp ,357,.
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Old 07-23-2010, 02:29 AM   #23
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I cast for my .54 muzzel loaders as well as my .36 cap and ball 1858 navyrepo.
I also cast for my 43 mauser 71-84 and 45 acp ,357,.
F.K.
If you will utilize my home brew bullet lube as per previous post, you will not have to hand lube your cast bullets as you load them. I place my cast bullets in the freezer and let them rest for about 30 minuntes while I warm my bullet lube on the range. I use a pair of thongs to dip them into the bullet lube and place them on wax papper to cool. You will have a pre-lubed bullet.

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I have been casting my own for about 30 years now. Started with .36 caliber for a black powder revolver and now I cast 9mm 125gr., .451 240 & 180gr., .458 500gr,.401 180gr..

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