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 LEE 9MM BULLET SIZING DIE AND LUBE KIT.356 DIAMETER
LEE 9MM BULLET SIZING DIE AND LUBE KIT.356 DIAMETER
   $21.75
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355 caliber 105 gr Lee Bullet Mold/Mould
355 caliber 105 gr Lee Bullet Mold/Mould
   $26.00
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Lee Bullet Mold .44 Cal (.450) Conical - BP Revolvers 1858 Remington 1860 Colt
Lee Bullet Mold .44 Cal (.450) Conical - BP Revolvers 1858 Remington 1860 Colt
   $31.95
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90394 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder R.E.A.L Bullet Mold 50CAL-250
90394 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder R.E.A.L Bullet Mold 50CAL-250
   $24.90
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LEE DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD  TL309-230-5R (90307) NIB
LEE DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD TL309-230-5R (90307) NIB
   $26.00
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7mm lee bullet mould/mold
7mm lee bullet mould/mold
   $9.50
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LEE 90402 *6 CAVITY BULLET MOLD * TL356-124-TC * 9MM LUGER* .356 DIA * 124 Grain
LEE 90402 *6 CAVITY BULLET MOLD * TL356-124-TC * 9MM LUGER* .356 DIA * 124 Grain
   $36.95
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LEE 90350 * 6 CAVITY BULLET MOLD * TL452-230-2R * .452 DIAMETER * 230 GRAIN
LEE 90350 * 6 CAVITY BULLET MOLD * TL452-230-2R * .452 DIAMETER * 230 GRAIN
   $36.95
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Lee 18 Cavity 00 Buckshot Bullet Mold LEE 90486
Lee 18 Cavity 00 Buckshot Bullet Mold LEE 90486
   $38.95
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LEE 2-Cavity Mold 356-120-TC 120 Grain 9mm Bullet NIB #90239
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 356-120-TC 120 Grain 9mm Bullet NIB #90239
   $19.99
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Lee 44 caliber wadcutter bullet mould/mold
Lee 44 caliber wadcutter bullet mould/mold
   $34.51
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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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90488 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder R.E.A.L Bullet & Combo Mold 50CAL-320RB
90488 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder R.E.A.L Bullet & Combo Mold 50CAL-320RB
   $24.90
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LEE 2-Cavity Mold TL452-230-2R 45 ACP 230 Grain Bullet With Free Handles #90346
LEE 2-Cavity Mold TL452-230-2R 45 ACP 230 Grain Bullet With Free Handles #90346
   $19.99
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 LEE 6 Cavity BULLET MOLD HANDLES NEW FITS LYMAN TO
LEE 6 Cavity BULLET MOLD HANDLES NEW FITS LYMAN TO
   $15.15
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Lee bullet mold 113 gr 35 caliber wadcutter
Lee bullet mold 113 gr 35 caliber wadcutter
   $18.00
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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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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
   $24.90
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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
   $18.95
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LEE 6-Cavity Mold 356-125-2R 9 mm 125 Grain Bullet Mold New In Box #90457
LEE 6-Cavity Mold 356-125-2R 9 mm 125 Grain Bullet Mold New In Box #90457
   $39.99
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Lee 45 cal wadcutter bullet Mold/mould 235 gr yes that is what it is
Lee 45 cal wadcutter bullet Mold/mould 235 gr yes that is what it is
   $35.00
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Reloading for Mini 14

d*sty61 said: Hi Guys, I have to reload 500 for a guy with a Mini 14. He wants V-Max 50gr and 55gr. What powders and loads work best? I`ve never played with loading for semi`s. I know every gun is different but need a starting point for the hungry pig. Thanks in advance, Garnet

l*ster said: You need to buy a reloading manual. They have all kinds of useful info, like what powder and charge to use.:)

j*hnnyreb65 said: Hi Guys, I have to reload 500 for a guy with a Mini 14. He wants V-Max 50gr and 55gr. What powders and loads work best? I`ve never played with loading for semi`s. I know every gun is different but need a starting point for the hungry pig. Thanks in advance, Garnet Are you a licensed ammunition manufacturer? If I'm not mistaken it's illegal to reload for anyone other than yourself.

d*sty61 said: LOL Got every manual you can buy, just thought a shortcut might help. Thanks for that tho.

j*thunter said: I've had good results with IMR4064, BLC-2, and H4895 in .223/55 gr bullets. See your loading manuals for more info. One thing I'd suggest is you load 10-20 or so of any load you choose and try it for function and fit in the rifle before you load the whole 500.

R*german said: I've had good results with IMR4064, BLC-2, and H4895 in .223/55 gr bullets. See your loading manuals for more info. One thing I'd suggest is you load 10-20 or so of any load you choose and try it for function and fit in the rifle before you load the whole 500. With all those reloading manuals you have you probably know that (above) already but it's a very valid point. WW748 or BLC-2 are ball powders that flow like water so if you find a good load with either of them that would be the powder of choice. It's what I use frequently and with loading 500 it would make your job easier with no sacrifice in quality. I get very good results in my mini with those powders.

s*skcop said: Are you a licensed ammunition manufacturer? If I'm not mistaken it's illegal to reload for anyone other than yourself. I hope you are kidding right? WC735 and a 55 grain Vmax is dynomite.

R*german said: Are you a licensed ammunition manufacturer? If I'm not mistaken it's illegal to reload for anyone other than yourself. Can you show me where it states that? I have never heard that before. Not saying you're wrong, just news to me. I thought you couldn't sell re-manufactured ammo to someone unless you are a licensed business. Reloading for a friend without charging a fee is fine as far as I know. Anyone?

KDX said: Are you a licensed ammunition manufacturer? If I'm not mistaken it's illegal to reload for anyone other than yourself. Wanker.:rolleyes: I use H335 or Benchmark powder for .223. Benchmark is Extreme so it's temp stable. Off the top of my head I think I was using 25.0gr of H335 with 55grFMJ in my XCR.

T*CTICAL111 said: I use IMR 8208 @ 25 with bulk 55's. Usually have 8208 on hand so I use it (but I'll use anything that's laying around) But keep in mind I don't bench shoot her, just play. I don't clean the pockets or chamfer, just mash em together :D Works just fine, although if he wants bench rest results, my info is worthless ;)

th*baron said: Has anyone tried CFE223? Is it even available yet? Looks promising, once I'm through these 8lbs of H335 I'm going to give it a go.

M*ke G said: Mine loves 23.9 grains benchmark and 69 grain sierras or nosslers..

*ceman2 said: If he has an accident ie blows up hid rifle with your ammo, you open up some nasty legal action potentials.If i was reloading for someone else, I would want the rifle to test the loads at a minimum and a written waivor ar the maximum, you decide.

w*lfen1960 said: I will NEVER reload for anyone else! I have developed a load in a friends gun, then taught him how to do it, and supervised his work. I didn't think you could even own a mini 14 in Canada!! Aren't they baby killers capable of penetrating battle tanks at over 3 miles?

j*hnnyreb65 said: Wanker.:rolleyes: I use H335 or Benchmark powder for .223. Benchmark is Extreme so it's temp stable. Off the top of my head I think I was using 25.0gr of H335 with 55grFMJ in my XCR. Before you go insulting people Natural Resources Canada http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/minerals-metals/explosives/3682 35. Any person may, in respect of safety cartridges, load at a place other than a licensed factory if a. the loaded safety cartridges are not for sale or for any commercial, industrial or business use; Now I may not be reading this right but it's right there in black and white.. I've always been told that the only way you can load for someone else is IF THEY PARTICIPATE in the process..Mostly due to liability issues..If you double load and sell to someone and a KABOOM does serious injury, you're getting sued PERIOD.

j*hnnyreb65 said: Can you show me where it states that? I have never heard that before. Not saying you're wrong, just news to me. I thought you couldn't sell re-manufactured ammo to someone unless you are a licensed business. Reloading for a friend without charging a fee is fine as far as I know. Anyone? He doesn't specify if he's not charging..however I'm sure he's getting something in return because that's a lot of work for no compensation. If something real bad happens with one of those rounds and a law suit follows, even a thank you case of beer would be argued by a good lawyer as being payment, thus the ammo was sold.