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Winchester 45-60 Bullet Mold Winchester 1876 45/60
Winchester 45-60 Bullet Mold Winchester 1876 45/60
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Ideal Lyman Lead Bullet Molds
Ideal Lyman Lead Bullet Molds
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4 Cavity Bullet Mold - Arsenal Bullet Molds (358242 125 grain) 9MM
4 Cavity Bullet Mold - Arsenal Bullet Molds (358242 125 grain) 9MM
   $74.00
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Lee 2 Cavity Bullet Mold With Handles ~  90406
Lee 2 Cavity Bullet Mold With Handles ~ 90406
   $10.00
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Lee 2 Cavity Bullet Mold With Handles ~ 90318
Lee 2 Cavity Bullet Mold With Handles ~ 90318
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.45(.457)rifle caliber bullet molds lot of 2, .45-70 and others
.45(.457)rifle caliber bullet molds lot of 2, .45-70 and others
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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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21+lb clean lead wheel weights ingots sinkers jig head bullet casting molds
21+lb clean lead wheel weights ingots sinkers jig head bullet casting molds
   $35.00
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LEE Custom 6-Cavity Bullet Mold 155 Grain 7.62x39 C312-155-2R
LEE Custom 6-Cavity Bullet Mold 155 Grain 7.62x39 C312-155-2R
   $47.99
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LEE 6-Cavity Mold 356-95-RF 380 Auto 9 mm 95 Grain Bullet New In Box #90672
LEE 6-Cavity Mold 356-95-RF 380 Auto 9 mm 95 Grain Bullet New In Box #90672
   $39.99
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RARE Ideal Lyman 358311  Single Cavity Bullet Mold Lead Bullet Mould
RARE Ideal Lyman 358311 Single Cavity Bullet Mold Lead Bullet Mould
   $50.00
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3 Cavity Bullet Mold - Arsenal Bullet Molds (454 230 Grain) H&G 34
3 Cavity Bullet Mold - Arsenal Bullet Molds (454 230 Grain) H&G 34
   $70.00
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LEE 6-Cavity Mold 9 mm 124 Grain Bullet Mold With Handles #90005 #90465 Combo
LEE 6-Cavity Mold 9 mm 124 Grain Bullet Mold With Handles #90005 #90465 Combo
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4 Cavity Arsenal Bullet Mold - 368 284GR RN Bullet (NEW)
4 Cavity Arsenal Bullet Mold - 368 284GR RN Bullet (NEW)
   $74.00
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LEE 2-Cavity Mold TL356-95-RF 95 Grain Bullet 380 Auto 9mm With Handles #90601
LEE 2-Cavity Mold TL356-95-RF 95 Grain Bullet 380 Auto 9mm With Handles #90601
   $19.99
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Lyman 257420 Double Cavity Bullet Mold Lead Bullet Mould
Lyman 257420 Double Cavity Bullet Mold Lead Bullet Mould
   $70.00
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LEE 2 Cavity Mold 401-175-TC 40 S&W 175 grain Bullet New w/ Free Handles #90256
LEE 2 Cavity Mold 401-175-TC 40 S&W 175 grain Bullet New w/ Free Handles #90256
   $19.99
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100+ lbs Lead ingots for bullet casting, sinkers
100+ lbs Lead ingots for bullet casting, sinkers
   $125.00
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LEE 2 Cavity Mold TL356-124-2R 9mm 124 grain Bullet With Free Handles #90464
LEE 2 Cavity Mold TL356-124-2R 9mm 124 grain Bullet With Free Handles #90464
   $19.99
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LEE LEAD * LADLE # 90026 FOR BULLET * CASTING SKIMMING AND STIRRING METAL POWDER
LEE LEAD * LADLE # 90026 FOR BULLET * CASTING SKIMMING AND STIRRING METAL POWDER
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RCBS BULLET MOULD -  .44 Caliber - 300 Grains - SWC 44 Mag
RCBS BULLET MOULD - .44 Caliber - 300 Grains - SWC 44 Mag
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Reloading pulled 123gr .303 British - with a big difference

r*fleshot said: Hello there, At the risk of this having already been discussed - (I couldn't find such a post) - I have to see if anyone else is doing this. I met a gentleman who reloads - and what he's been doing definately caught my attention. He pulls the 123 grain projectiles from Russian surplus 7.62 X 39 and uses them to reload .303 British for his Enfield. That, I am sure - is fairly normal practice. However, he takes the powder from the 7.62 X 39 casing, dumps it into the .303 British casing before he seats the surplus 123 grain bullet - and then proceeds to the range and has fired over 1000 rounds like this with good accuracy at 100 yards and no unwelcome / surprising / unfortunate results (thus far). He has a friend who reloads the same way and has fired multiple thousands of rounds in this way. He doesn't have a weighed powder "load" - he just pours one casing of 7.62 X 39's powder into one empty casing of .303 British directly and seats the pulled bullet. Does anyone else do this ? Seems like a very inexpensive way to plink with an Enfield. John (Rifleshot)

*ndy said: Many people do that. It's inadvisable to just reduce a load willy-nilly (the 7.62X39 has only about 60% of the case capacity of the 303 Brit), but the powder used in the 7.62X39 is fast enough (in the H4198-H322 range) that it's not unsafe, i.e. no "SEE". It's better to be lucky than smart.

H*twheels81 said: I have done it many times, not horribly accurate in my rifle but it does go bang and stay on paper. I think I will pull a few hundred this winter and try a better powder in the .303 case and salvage the x39 powder for some brass case hunting loads under prvi soft points.

r*fleshot said: Hi again - thanks for the replies. Interesting - so this fellow is not the only one who has done that. Well, maybe I'll give it a go and see how it works out in my particular Enfield. John (Rifleshot)

b*arhunter said: If you're a little worried, you could always get some Dacron fibre from the fabric shop and cut up little bits of it to stuff in over the powder to keep it from being to far away from the primer flame. Not that I think there might be a problem but it better to be safe than sorry and lower your chances of a "Squib Load." It might also make the groups a bit tighter and more consistent.

C*nAm said: I do exactly the same. Make sure to use a forster or collet puller

h*nter64 said: I do exactly the same. Make sure to use a forster or collet puller I run them thru a 7.62 x 39 seating die first, just enough to break the lacquered seal they put on the bullet, makes pulling them much easier.