.30-30 Cast Bullet Mold

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Re: .30-30 Cast Bullet Mold

Postby Ranch Dog » 22 Apr 2017 06

GasGuzzler wrote:Maybe RD can ID this RD mold.

It would be an original TLC311-165-RF that I later identified as the TLC311-170-RF.
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Re: .30-30 Cast Bullet Mold

Postby GasGuzzler » 22 Apr 2017 06

Good. I wanted the first style anyway right?

I might just fire up the pot today as it's a cool morning.
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Re: .30-30 Cast Bullet Mold

Postby Ranch Dog » 22 Apr 2017 07

GasGuzzler wrote:Good. I wanted the first style anyway right?

Yeap
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Re: .30-30 Cast Bullet Mold

Postby GasGuzzler » 22 Apr 2017 16

First try with a 6-holer. I still don't have a lube die, gas checks, or a top punch.

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