No experience with uzi. Lots of experience pouring lead and reloading. I currently pour a 147 grain trununciated cone semi-wadcutter. I use a Lee mold. It is a .358 bullet. I use a sizing die to take them down to .356. They work great. I have run thousands of them through a PT111 PRO and a Ruger P95. No problems of any kind. You can purchase a sizing die on midwayusa.com for less than 20 bucks. I always buy the sizing die when I buy a mold. They are cheap. It makes your bullets perfectly round even if they don't neet to be sized. Lead build up is not much of a problem. If you do get it you can use a Chore Boy scouring pad to get it out. Use a real Chore Boy. They are copper. The cheap ones are stainless. Don't use them! If you cut a small piece of the chore boy and wrap it around a smaller cleaning brush you can remove the lead from the worst fouled barrel with ease. Doesn't damage the barrel either. Use it dry, no lube. Then clean as usual.
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