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VINTAGE IDEAL LYMAN BLACK POWDER LEAD BULLET MOLD
VINTAGE IDEAL LYMAN BLACK POWDER LEAD BULLET MOLD
   $45.00
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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 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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Lee Bullet Mold & Handles 2 Cavity 45 Colt, 45 ACP, 45 Auto Rim Flat Nose 90234
Lee Bullet Mold & Handles 2 Cavity 45 Colt, 45 ACP, 45 Auto Rim Flat Nose 90234
   $24.90
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Lee Precision 44 Special & 44 Magnum Double Cavity Round Nose Bullet Mold 90341
Lee Precision 44 Special & 44 Magnum Double Cavity Round Nose Bullet Mold 90341
   $24.90
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Lyman 452460 Single Cavity 45ACP Target Bullet Mold Lead Bullet Casting Mould
Lyman 452460 Single Cavity 45ACP Target Bullet Mold Lead Bullet Casting Mould
   $40.00
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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
   $17.85
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Lee Precision .454 Diameter 140 Grain Double Cavity Round Ball Bullet Mold 90442
Lee Precision .454 Diameter 140 Grain Double Cavity Round Ball Bullet Mold 90442
   $24.90
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LEE 90303 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * 358-158-RF * .358 DIAMETER * 158 GRAIN
LEE 90303 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * 358-158-RF * .358 DIAMETER * 158 GRAIN
   $15.95
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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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257 Pcs. cast lead bullets
257 Pcs. cast lead bullets
   $25.00
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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
   $20.95
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LEE 2-Cavity Bullet Mold C309-120-R 30 cal 120 Grain New In Box #90364
LEE 2-Cavity Bullet Mold C309-120-R 30 cal 120 Grain New In Box #90364
   $19.99
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90382 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder 44 Cal Rem Bullet Mold 450-200-1R
90382 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder 44 Cal Rem Bullet Mold 450-200-1R
   $25.38
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LEE 6 Cavity Mold 9 mm 125 Grain Bullet Mold With Handles #90005 #90457 Combo
LEE 6 Cavity Mold 9 mm 125 Grain Bullet Mold With Handles #90005 #90457 Combo
   $49.99
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Letterpress printers 21+ lbs CLEAN LINOTYPE LEAD! Spacer SCRAP! Bullets! Casting
Letterpress printers 21+ lbs CLEAN LINOTYPE LEAD! Spacer SCRAP! Bullets! Casting
   $38.50
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LEE 90307 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * TL309-230-5R * .309 DIAMETER / 230 GRAIN
LEE 90307 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * TL309-230-5R * .309 DIAMETER / 230 GRAIN
   $17.95
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LEE 2 Cavity Mold C358-158-SWC 158 Grain Bullet 38 Special 357 Magnum #90322
LEE 2 Cavity Mold C358-158-SWC 158 Grain Bullet 38 Special 357 Magnum #90322
   $19.99
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LEE DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD 457-405-F (90374) NIB
LEE DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD 457-405-F (90374) NIB
   $26.72
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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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Very Old BULLET MOLD marked 40-260-M app. 36 Cal.
Very Old BULLET MOLD marked 40-260-M app. 36 Cal.
   $31.29
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.223 Rem Federal brass doesn't play well with BR-4s ...

T*kka223 said: Today I went about loading some ammo and was using some once fired (was factory ammo) Federal .223 Rem brass. I noticed that the CCi BR-4 primers that I normally use were a super tight fit. I used force and noticed that the primer was clearly deformed and so was the case from the shell holder. In short, the BR-4s don't fit. I looked a little closer and noticed that the primer pockets of the Federal brass seems a little more build up than the Hornady brass I normally use. Am I going to need some sort of tool to drill out the primer pockets or can I buy primers that will fit?

F*rlsincharge said: Are you using military brass that had crimped primers?

Cy*N1de said: Try a chamfer tool on a couple of pockets before seating primers and see if they go in properly. I am guessing you have crimped primer pockets and has nothing to do with the primers you are using.

T*kka223 said: I don't believe so, it's typical Federal blue-box brass. Originally it was Federal 55gr. FMJ brass. The photos of the crimped primers that I've seen look like there's a little jagged piece of brass that protrudes over the primer, it looks like the bottom of the case has been stamped. There are no such marks on my cases. I'll try to put up some photos.

T*kka223 said: I should add, before I end up looking like an idiot, that I am new to reloading and I've never come across crimped cases before. Here is a picture of the original fired case, deprimed case, and a primed Hornady case: http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd520/retep_hcal/photo-4.jpg

F*rlsincharge said: That brass had primers that were crimped and sealed (blue and red laquer). How many brass are you going to be processing? I only ask as there are many ways to get rid of the crimp.

rnbr*-shooter said: I should add, before I end up looking like an idiot, that I am new to reloading and I've never come across crimped cases before. Here is a picture of the original fired case, deprimed case, and a primed Hornady case: Those two Federals look crimped (see the ring that goes all around the primer pocket). You can get various special tools to remove primer crimps. You can also use a chamfering cutter that you'd use to clean up the inside of a case mouth. There are also swaging tools that'll remove the crimp (next time you visit I can show you mine). The idea is to remove the "burrr or "ridge" formed by the crimp, so the primer can enter the pocket without catching.

th*baron said: Yes, those are definitely crimped. Use a RCBS primer pocket swager die or a Dillon swager. It's a bit tedious if you are doing lots though but you never have to do it again. I just processed 1000 Lake City brass through my RCBS die, it was quite the process.

T*kka223 said: Thanks folks! Daniel I'll likely take you up on that offer. In the meantime I've got some Hornady brass that I can use. It would be nice to save the Federal stuff, I have about 150 cases. They all have that blue and red laquer stuff on the bottom.

G*nderite said: Your local hardware store will sell you a counter sink tool for about $6.00 Buy the 3/8 size. Install on your electril drill and clamp the dripp in your vice. Touch each decapped primer pocket to the tool. It will ream the edge off and brass will prime easily.