Are you asking how well it does, or trying to sell the mold? I've used it with average results, but got far better results with the NOE .314 129gr bullet sized down to .311 and powder coated. The heavier 160 did perform adequately out of my CZ 527M and vz-58, but nothing to write home about. Lee also makes a 155 grain mold.
If you are looking for a mold, VERY sorry - I literally just gave this one away.
Not really .303 enfield , 7.7 arisaka , and the 7.65 argentine are my cast bullets of choice , really looking to shoot on the cheap as bullets without shipping when available are .40 cents apiece . @ 30.00 dollars a box an afternoon at the range quickly turns into a 100.00 dollar bill when available of course.
I am at home and can access my data - that bullet powder coated and gas checked performed well in the CZ 527M bolt action carbine over 21.5 grains of AA#1680, COAL 2.19, for an average velocity of 1871 FPS. This same load was over long for the BREN 2 MS in 7.62x39mm, when I had one. For a milsurp it should do just fine for cheap plinking.