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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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20+#  BULLET LEAD #2 ALLOY 1# INGOTS = CLEAN = CHEAP =
20+# BULLET LEAD #2 ALLOY 1# INGOTS = CLEAN = CHEAP =
   $35.00
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Lee Bullet Mold in Box .309
Lee Bullet Mold in Box .309
   $12.99
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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 Bullet Mold in Box .358
Lee Bullet Mold in Box .358
   $12.99
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Ideal Bullet Mold With Handles, 257283
Ideal Bullet Mold With Handles, 257283
   $44.88
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Lee Bullet Mold Black Powder REAL 50 Cal 250 Grain 2 Cavity - With Handles 90394
Lee Bullet Mold Black Powder REAL 50 Cal 250 Grain 2 Cavity - With Handles 90394
   $18.95
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LEE 90385 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * C312-155-2R * .312 DIAMETER / 155 GRAIN
LEE 90385 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * C312-155-2R * .312 DIAMETER / 155 GRAIN
   $17.95
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Lee Bullet Mold in Box .490
Lee Bullet Mold in Box .490
   $12.99
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Lee Double Bullet Mold in Box .358
Lee Double Bullet Mold in Box .358
   $16.99
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Winchester Co. Bullet Mold With Handles Single Mold # 32-165
Winchester Co. Bullet Mold With Handles Single Mold # 32-165
   $42.00
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LEE 2 Cavity Mold C309-170-F 30 Caliber 30/30 30/06 308 170 Grain Bullet #90368
LEE 2 Cavity Mold C309-170-F 30 Caliber 30/30 30/06 308 170 Grain Bullet #90368
   $19.99
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Bullet Mold Sprue Plate/Pin Lube - 2 oz.
Bullet Mold Sprue Plate/Pin Lube - 2 oz.
   $5.49
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Lee Bullet Mold .309 dia 230 gr 30 cal 300 AAC Blackout - TL309-230-5R - 90307
Lee Bullet Mold .309 dia 230 gr 30 cal 300 AAC Blackout - TL309-230-5R - 90307
   $18.95
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HENSLEY AND GIBBS BULLET MOLD #50
HENSLEY AND GIBBS BULLET MOLD #50
   $60.00
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Lyman Bullet Mold Single Cavity 457191, 259
Lyman Bullet Mold Single Cavity 457191, 259
   $24.99
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LEE 90488  * DBL MOLD * 50 CAL 320 GR  R.E.A.L BULLET & .490 DIA ROUND BALL
LEE 90488 * DBL MOLD * 50 CAL 320 GR R.E.A.L BULLET & .490 DIA ROUND BALL
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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
   $19.99
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Lee Double Bullet Mold in Box .452
Lee Double Bullet Mold in Box .452
   $16.99
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Lead Ingots from recycled bullets!
Lead Ingots from recycled bullets!
   $65.00
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RCBS 44-240 SWC Double Cavity 44 Special 44 Magnum Lead Bullet Casting Mold
RCBS 44-240 SWC Double Cavity 44 Special 44 Magnum Lead Bullet Casting Mold
   $55.00
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thoughts on this possible reload.

BL*CKBRIAR said: Hey guys, just pondering a thought. I've got a 454 Casull and was looking into creating some light loads just to get some trigger time with the gun and not pound my hands into submission. Don't get me wrong I love the push in the hand that the big stuff gives me. This is what I was thinking, from a cost effective approach I was thinking of using my existing 454 brass with a starting load of about 6.5gns of TrailBoss and here is where it gets goofy, Use a .451, 230 gn Frontier round (your typical 45 ACP round) I've got lots of Frontier rounds and Frontier only makes a 300 gn for the 454 which are pricey compared to the .451 and besides I think it's pointless to put a 300 gn round over Trail Boss. your thoughts?

j*wsman said: If you can shoot 45LC in your 454 Casull, then get some lead bullets from Ben, and load 45 Colt to your hearts content. That's your "Light" loads that you can safely shoot. It's what I do with my Super Redhawk. Later.....

j*hnone said: Well I load 5.9grs of Trail Boss over a 250grs SWC... Nice load, can shoot all without a problem John

BL*CKBRIAR said: If you can shoot 45LC in your 454 Casull, then get some lead bullets from Ben, and load 45 Colt to your hearts content. That's your "Light" loads that you can safely shoot. It's what I do with my Super Redhawk. Later..... I do realize that the 45 LC is the light load. I would prefer not to go out and buy LC brass (call me cheap) when I've got 500 pieces of Casull brass sitting around. And if someone tells me to trim my Casull brass to LC spec:HR::HR::HR: As I stated, I'm trying to be cost effective here with what I have. No sarcasm was intended in this post

577/450 said: I do realize that the 45 LC is the light load. I would prefer not to go out and buy LC brass (call me cheap) when I've got 500 pieces of Casull brass sitting around. And if someone tells me to trim my Casull brass to LC spec:HR::HR::HR: As I stated, I'm trying to be cost effective here with what I have. No sarcasm was intended in this post I think he was suggesting using .45 colt load data in your .454 . That is what I would do