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125 grain .38 special/.357 bullet mold

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by 5thSFGroup, Dec 26, 2012.

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  1. 5thSFGroup

    5thSFGroup Member

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    Does anyone know of a good 125 grain bullet mold made for the above caliber? I am trying to avoid buying a Lee mold. I have mostly used Lyman and already have handles for their molds but they do not have that grain mold any more. There was one on ebay last week...sold for an outrageous price.
     
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  3. ReloaderFred

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    I have a couple of 125 gr. .38 caliber molds, but they're all Magma molds for my Master Caster. They're a great bullet, though.........

    Here's the link: http://www.magmaengineering.com/ Then click on "bullet Molds" and "bevel base". They're listed on that sheet. For prices, you can click on "price sheet" in the middle of the page. They will modify molds to fit handles, but they're not cheap, though the quality is first rate.

    Hope this helps.

    Fred
     
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    The Lee 6bangers are much better quality than the 2 holers, they actually have alignment pins instead of the tounge & groove setup.
     
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    I have a Lee 6 cavity 125 RF works great in my 38 / 357 and 9mm
     
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    Hey , flipajig , you`re supposed to be fishin ,not shootin !!:neener:

    But hey . sometimes if ya get into the rite perdicerment :uhoh:ya have to do both !!
     
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    Once again....thank you sir....these are perfect. Greatly appreciate the info. I like the bevel base but am concerned about sizing and lubing. Does that round lube cleanly or does the beveled base load up?
     
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    If you're asking about the Magma molds, the bevel base lubes just fine. I could send you a few bullets to look at, if you're interested. Just PM your information and I can have them on the way to you the next day.

    Hope this helps.

    Fred
     
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    That pesky little bevel !!!:fire:

    I`ll never for the life of me know why anyone wants a beveled based boolit !!!

    Yes it`ll hold a bit of lube ,I help .but mot cure the problem by cutting a bit of plastic or cardboard from cereal boxes & lay it in the sizer die .

    1 day I`m gonna get the bevels cut out !!!
     
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