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Lyman 45 Cal Bullet Mould Mold Double Cavity 457130 "Collar Button" Brand New
Lyman 45 Cal Bullet Mould Mold Double Cavity 457130 "Collar Button" Brand New
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Lee Bullet Molds
Lee Bullet Molds
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Lee Precision - Pair of Commercial Bullet Mold Handles Fit 6 Cavity Molds 90005
Lee Precision - Pair of Commercial Bullet Mold Handles Fit 6 Cavity Molds 90005
   $15.66
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25+ lbs Lead ingots for bullet casting, sinkers
25+ lbs Lead ingots for bullet casting, sinkers
   $30.00
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Lee Lead Ingot Mold Bullet Casting Mold LEE 90029
Lee Lead Ingot Mold Bullet Casting Mold LEE 90029
   $11.95
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Lyman Ideal Bullet Mould Blocks Double Cavity 358311 160 gr RN 35 Cal 38 Special
Lyman Ideal Bullet Mould Blocks Double Cavity 358311 160 gr RN 35 Cal 38 Special
   $61.00
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Electric Melting Pot Hunting Fishing Molds Casting Precision sinker Jig Bullets
Electric Melting Pot Hunting Fishing Molds Casting Precision sinker Jig Bullets
   $78.99
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20+ Lbs (pounds) cleaned range lead,lee bar ingots for bullets,sinkers,molds,etc
20+ Lbs (pounds) cleaned range lead,lee bar ingots for bullets,sinkers,molds,etc
   $22.00
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Lee Commercial Bullet Mold handles for 6 cavity molds - part# 90005
Lee Commercial Bullet Mold handles for 6 cavity molds - part# 90005
   $13.95
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Lyman 454424 bullet mold with handles .45 colt  mould
Lyman 454424 bullet mold with handles .45 colt mould
   $50.00
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Lyman Bullet Mold 45-70 Blocks 457643BV & Large Handles 2735793
Lyman Bullet Mold 45-70 Blocks 457643BV & Large Handles 2735793
   $94.25
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50 lb wheel weight lead ingots sinkers jigs molds bullet molds counter weights
50 lb wheel weight lead ingots sinkers jigs molds bullet molds counter weights
   $74.99
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Lee Cavity 6 Bullet Mold New
Lee Cavity 6 Bullet Mold New
   $52.35
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LEE 2-Cavity Mold 452-228-1R 228 Grain Bullet 45 ACP Round Nose #90351
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 452-228-1R 228 Grain Bullet 45 ACP Round Nose #90351
   $19.99
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LEE 2 Cavity Mold C309-150-F 30 Caliber 150 Grain Bullet #90366
LEE 2 Cavity Mold C309-150-F 30 Caliber 150 Grain Bullet #90366
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RCBS DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD 378 312
RCBS DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD 378 312
   $65.09
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10 lb wheel weight lead ingots sinkers jigs molds lead melting pots bullets
10 lb wheel weight lead ingots sinkers jigs molds lead melting pots bullets
   $14.99
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WINCHESTER ORIGINAL IRON VINTAGE BULLET MOLDS
WINCHESTER ORIGINAL IRON VINTAGE BULLET MOLDS
   $50.00
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HENSLEY AND GIBBS BULLET MOLD #50
HENSLEY AND GIBBS BULLET MOLD #50
   $60.00
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LEE Bullet Mold Black Powder Combo 50 cal 320 Grain REAL plus .490 ball - 90488
LEE Bullet Mold Black Powder Combo 50 cal 320 Grain REAL plus .490 ball - 90488
   $20.95
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LYMAN SINGLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD 403 143 RB
LYMAN SINGLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD 403 143 RB
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.325 wsm reloading stuff

s.km*ller said: Hey there, pretty knew to this forums but figured i would put my two cents in regarding the .325 wsm as there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of info on reloading for this cartridge. First of all i shoot a Winchester Model 70 featherweight in .325. I picked up reloading because where i live ammo for this gun is REDICULOUSLY expensive. After experimenting with various loads I found one thats gives less than 1" groups. It is alos right out of the Hodgdon reloading manual so ...here goes. Bullet: 200 grain Nosler Accubond Powder: IMR 4350 @ 65 grains Case: Winchester Primer: Federal Large Magnum Match GM215M OCL: 2.860" thats it, thats all I found this load for this rifle works perfectly or as close as I figure i need to get. I just found it difficult to really get my groups down and this load did the trick, i hope this helps.

r106 said: Im starting over with my ladder testing do to loose scope mounts. working up from 63-65 grains of IMR 4350 and a couple with h414. I'm using the same bullets and brass but i'm using winchester primers. Same C.O.L. I'll post up my results. how many FPS are you getting out of that?

s.km*ller said: i believe loose scope mounts was my original problem, then i just wasn't being precise enough with my testing/loading. Oh yeah i am getting around 2900 give or take.

r106 said: I chronied 64 gr of imr 4350 at 2835 fps witha 200gr accubond

s.km*ller said: yeah id say 65 gr. averages about 2880 or so not my chrony just a buddies, same bullets, and brass but i use federal primers...ive read people having good luck with just federal large rifle primers as opposed to the magnum primers. Also some of the data ive been seeing shows that the less fps (below 2900 and above 2750) the more accurate, it seems the rifles almost tend to "sling" the bullets to the sides if you try loading too hot. Thats just what ive read, but i find that other recipe works awesome for me anyways