Lee 358-140

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Lee 358-140

Postby Ohio3Wheels » 24 Oct 2016 12

Has any one tried this bullet in their '92?

I don't own the mold it was a friends from a casting session many years ago. I have enough to fool with if they're of any use in the "92 and I might consider the mold as a future purchase.

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Re: Lee 358-140

Postby Ohio3Wheels » 27 Oct 2016 15

Well, may have answered my own query. Made up a couple of dummy rounds. They load, chamber and eject just fine.

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Re: Lee 358-140

Postby Ranch Dog » 27 Oct 2016 19

That ought to do it, thanks for the report!
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Re: Lee 358-140

Postby Ohio3Wheels » 28 Oct 2016 14

Quess I should add 357 mag cases, seated in the crimp grove with front driving band fully exposed.

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