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Group Buy Discussions / Re: 458 TAC-X styled 460-450 ?
« Last post by 762sultan on September 19, 2018, 10:29:11 PM »
I would like to see it at 450/475 grains.
Archived Buys / Re: HTC310-200-SP (6)
« Last post by cornmastah on September 19, 2018, 08:29:11 PM »
Due to lack of interest we are going to drop this group buy.  I recommend that the people who signed up for this one take a look at the bullet mold at the link below.,2453.30.html
Group Buy Discussions / Re: 458 TAC-X styled 460-450 ?
« Last post by cornmastah on September 19, 2018, 08:27:59 PM »
if there is a little more interest, I can draw it up in the good ol program according to your specs on your paper.
What you would like to see ran / Re: 314299 / 316299 Re-Run
« Last post by orerancher on September 19, 2018, 04:58:09 PM »
Any news on the Status of these Moulds?

I know They are busy, so I hate to call and bother Them at the Store....
Group Buy Discussions / Re: How about a Saeco #420
« Last post by 762sultan on September 19, 2018, 04:53:42 PM »
There was some interest a while back about the  SSK/NEI 429 bullet. There just wasn't enough people who wanted the same design. Too many weights were considered and it never came to production. It was a truncated nose bullet that ranged from 260 to about 340 grains. Maybe some of those who were interested will see this and get it going. I would like something about 280-300.
Group Buy Discussions / How about a Saeco #420
« Last post by wheelgun on September 19, 2018, 04:19:55 AM »
Anyone else interested in a Saeco #420? It’s a 44cal 200gr TC bullet that works great in all the 44s. It shoots exceptionally well for me in 44special, 44-40 & 44 Russian.

A HP version would be nice, or a Hollow Base version for those of us with revolvers with mismatched throat-to-bore sizes??
What you would like to see ran / Re: 360-182-WFN-U2
« Last post by MCMDPHD on September 18, 2018, 03:42:58 PM »
I have requested a 360-182-WFN  4 cavity aluminum mold for a gas-checked bullet.  My Marlin 1894 longs for this projectile.  The dimensions appear similar, if not exact, to the commercially available product by Cast Performance.  Excellent performance in my lever gun.
Air Guns / Re: Casting with the new 223-38-RN mold .
« Last post by D-RIG on September 18, 2018, 02:11:54 AM »
Went out shooting today with the NOE 223-38-RN the slug
that did the best was poured with some lead that had a
BHN of 10 and was shot as casted with a size of .224 the
round nose did not do as well as the hollow point .

Here is a picture of my 3 airguns that are chambered in .223
on the low left a Huben more testing will be needed with this one
the gun in the middle is a factory made Daystate Air Ranger in .223
and on the right is my Daystate Wolverine 303 that has been converted
to a .223 and preferes a diameter of .224 , here are the guns .

Here is the Air Ranger .223 it is a rare gun I only know of 3 that were made
and the gun is about 13-15 years old probably .
The scope is a Weaver T-36 with a fine cross hair .

And here is the group it shot at 100 yards at 1015 fps with the 36 grain HP
3 shots are very close there was a little 3-4 mph from the left .
I did cast sone rounds in pure lead they did not do as well .

What you would like to see ran / Re: Expander plug refinement.
« Last post by orerancher on September 17, 2018, 03:17:19 PM »
Havin the Expanders size stamped on them would be great!

I really like Them!
Group Buy Discussions / 38-40 bullet mould
« Last post by dromia on September 17, 2018, 06:31:39 AM »
All NOE's 40 calibre moulds are sans crimp groove so make them not best suited to smokeless loads for an underlever.

How about a 40 cal underlever crimp groove bullet, say a reduced copy of the 44-40 bullet NOE 432-200-RF PB, maybe an RG option as well?

Surely I can't be the only 38-40 lover on here?
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