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The 46-percent increase in hardness combined with a proper lube and bullet design reduces leading in the bore significantly and promotes accuracy at the higher velocities. Meplat diameter: .320”; Bullet hardness: 25-Brinnell; 43,500-cup. Trajectory: +1.8” 50-yds; ZERO @ 100-yds; -7.5” @ 150-yds. For highly experienced shooters hunting big game with the above-specified revolvers (all of which have extra-long cylinders). Jul 23, 2011 · Sounds like cast bullets are really all you need! Two factors that primarily affect leading are (1) the hardness of the lead alloy, and (2) how the bullet is sized relative to bore diameter. I think cast bullets need to be bore diameter or even .001 larger. I also cast my own and prefer cast to jacketed, even for hunting. I always intended to shoot it with cast bullets but never got around to it until recently. Veral Smith made me an LBT mold for my rifle. It is a spire point design, gas checked, profile is SP8, so quite aerodynamic. They weight 285 grains, lubed and gas checked. I decided to follow the instructions Veral Smith recommends for cast bullets in his ... by John Robinson. Bullet casting Bullet casting, like reloading, is not necessary complicated and does not need a lot of expensive equipment. However, badly cast bullets will significantly affect accuracy and there are a number of fundamental rules that have to be observed by those wanting to cast target-grade pistol projectiles.

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Our hunting bullets are cast from LBT style molds. Our bullets are cast from virgin alloy and heat-treated to a Brinnel hardness of 18-21. This provides for a hard yet ductile bullet, which will not fragment, or blow-up on the toughest hide or even bone. We manufacture both gas checked and plain base for most popular handgun hunting calibers.Jan 31, 2020 · All cast bullets are in stock. RN-Round Nose CN-Conical Nose DEWC-Double Ended Wadcutter FP-Flat Point SWC-Semi Wadcutter WC-Wadcutter LCWC-Long Colt Wadcutter HBWC-Hollow Base Wadcutter TC/FP-Truncated Cone Flat Point. All cast bullets are packaged 500 to a box. May be mixed to attain discount.

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Cast from used Linotype, unsized bullets from the double-cavity moulds weigh 376 and 332 grains, respectively. According to an LBT lead hardness tester, they average 23 on the Brinell Hardness Scale. Although many moons have come and gone since the.416’s debut, none of the larger mould makers were too enthusiastic about the caliber. Bullet hardness in BHN x 100 = (or exceed) impact velocity (not muzzle velocity) We offer bullet alloy hardness from 5 to 25 BHN. Bullets that will be fired to 2000 fps and above should not be much softer than about bhn-15 and should be gas checked. For velocities below 1500 fps alloy hardness is not critical and gas checks are not needed.Steel, of course, can't be moulded into bullets. Zinc CAN be melted, but it's much too hard for bullets. The melting temp for zinc is high enough that it won't melt at lead melting temps. An easier "test" is to try cutting the weight with wirecutters. If you can't cut it, don't put it in your crucible. You can't even "dent" zinc or steel weights.

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The e mediate calibers I would be looking to load cast bullet for to deer hunt with would be rifle 45-70 gvt Marline ( 300gr to 405gr ) and 45LC Marline ( 250gr as it would also get shot out of Ruger black hawk ) and 44Mag Marline ( 240gr also for Ruger SBH and the TC Encore pistol ) 30-30Win ( 150gr or 170gr out of Marline ) And 30-06 ( Bolt and single shot and as near 165gr as possible ) The main one I want to get cast for i the 35rem for my Marline rifles and it would have to be the 200gr ... Whether you’re new or experienced at lead bullet casting, looking for a mould to suit your old 577/450 Martini Henry, your SMLE 303 British, your Martini 310 Cadet or brand new rifle, handgun or shotgun, we’re sure you’ll find something so that you can cast your own quality, accurate lead bullets.