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Big Iron Bullet In Molds

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Manyirons, Jun 16, 2006.

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  1. Manyirons

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    Jus checkin tha water, ifin a MOLD could be done fer tha bullet, how many people want one?

    Now i gotta tell ya, there HAS ta be some design change ta make it moldable, not much but ya have ta know it.

    Mold with handles is gonna be 45.00 shipped, so 45.00 gets it to yer door. (Tha BOSS HATES that .95 cent crap like we're too stupid ta figure out 44.95 aint really 45.00)

    Gotta have about ten people for each caliber ta make it worthwhile, so speak up ifin ya want one!
     
  2. adobewalls

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    Interested.

    Particularly in 44's for the 1860, 3rd. Model Dragoon and Ruger.
     
  3. Manyirons

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    Tanks! Thats one in .44! Anymore?
     
  4. robert garner

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    +1 hey i got to do a plus one!may go for +2 if 36 is in consideration?
    robert
     
  5. Manyirons

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    BOTH .36 and .44 are planned, nothin yet fer .31 unless demand calls fer it!
     
  6. Duncaninfrance

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    ME ME ME ME ME ME and ME for the .44 (.457 I suppose ) It's going to be a joint buy with my pal Alain cos of the shipping but we are interested.
    Duncan
     
  7. RyanM

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    I don't cast lead. But I hate those crazy prices too. That'd only make sense if you were selling stuff in a B&M store, and decided to make a $45 item something like $42.45, if your tax rate is 6%. Add on the tax, and you've got $45 even.
     
  8. frosty

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    Bullet Mold

    I rec'on a .454-.455 would fit in my ROA quite well. I am getting ready to by a casting outfit because I shoot a ton of 538 gr spitzers in my 45-70, it would be cost effective and quite nice not having to drive 60 miles to score bullets...:scrutiny: I'm definitely interested in trying other designs out of that Ruger, so count me in:evil:
     
  9. ewb45acp

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    Put me down for a .36 cal.

    How many cavities?
     
  10. Manyirons

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    One cavity, its hollow base so no choice!
     
  11. Chloe

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    Are these holow-base bullets for .36 and .44??? I hope!

    :)
     
  12. Manyirons

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    Yes, Hollow base is fer both!
     
  13. Chloe

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    Put me down for a .36, Many Irons. Thanks.

    :)
     
  14. Sixgunjeff

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    I'll buy one for the ROA and one for a 36. I'd be interested in a 31 if it come about.
     
  15. Manyirons

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    .44 Fits All

    Nice thing, tha bullet design allow tha same slug ta work in tha eyetie imports AND tha Ruger. Front band is .460, yet thin enough ta cut or swage down easily. BOSS has been expermentin with preliminary designs fer awhile, works!
     
  16. frosty

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    Maybe Two

    I'm about to get a Patterson I used to own back, So I'm thinking maybe a 36 and a 44! If a man buys several molds and doesnt have a gun fer it, maybe he should buy another:what: Until the wife finds out:evil:
     
  17. Manyirons

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    My wife has that skillet handy! Findin tha excess money and hiden em has become an art!
     
  18. adobewalls

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    Well I really like the idea of the hollow base, especially if dealing with different makes. Whats the count up to now?

    44 - 5
    36 - 4
    31 - 1
     
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  20. Manyirons

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    OLDELM Yes, that would be it with some SLIGHT difference fer mold.
     
  21. Ferret

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    Add me in as +2 for 44
    and maybe a +1 for 36
     
  22. oldelm

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    Thanks Manyirons! You can count me in for one .36 cal mold.:)
     
  23. Manyirons

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    OLDELM! Happy ta help AND its my job! Avoidin blows ta my head from tha MANN is a good thing! TEASIN! He's really kind!
     
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