Listings for Lee Bullet Molds

LEE BULLET MOLD SINGLE CAVITY USED
LEE BULLET MOLD SINGLE CAVITY USED
   $9.99
See More like this...
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
   $15.99
See More like this...
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
   $15.99
See More like this...
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 356-125-2R With Handles 125 Grain Bullet 9mm NIB #90309
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 356-125-2R With Handles 125 Grain Bullet 9mm NIB #90309
   $15.99
See More like this...
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 358-125-RF 125 Grain Bullet 38/357mag With Free Handles #90574
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 358-125-RF 125 Grain Bullet 38/357mag With Free Handles #90574
   $19.99
See More like this...
LEE BULLET MOLD 90485 SINGLE HP 358 WITH HANDLES
LEE BULLET MOLD 90485 SINGLE HP 358 WITH HANDLES
   $41.00
See More like this...
LEE 90367 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * C309-160-R * .309 DIAMETER / 160 GRAIN
LEE 90367 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * C309-160-R * .309 DIAMETER / 160 GRAIN
   $17.95
See More like this...
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
See More like this...
LEE 6 Cavity Mold TL-452-230-2R 230 Grain Bullet  Mold 45 ACP NEW #90350
LEE 6 Cavity Mold TL-452-230-2R 230 Grain Bullet Mold 45 ACP NEW #90350
   $39.99
See More like this...
LEE 90371 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * C312-185-1R * .312 DIAMETER / 185 GRAIN
LEE 90371 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * C312-185-1R * .312 DIAMETER / 185 GRAIN
   $18.95
See More like this...
*NEW* LEE 2-Cavity Bullet Mold TL452-230-2R 45 ACP, 45 Auto Rim, 45 Colt #90346
*NEW* LEE 2-Cavity Bullet Mold TL452-230-2R 45 ACP, 45 Auto Rim, 45 Colt #90346
   $19.99
See More like this...
LEE 2 Cavity Mold 459-500-3R 500 Grain Bullet 45/70 With Free Handles New #90577
LEE 2 Cavity Mold 459-500-3R 500 Grain Bullet 45/70 With Free Handles New #90577
   $19.99
See More like this...
LEE 90470 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * 401-145-SWC * .401 DIAMETER / 145 GRAIN
LEE 90470 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * 401-145-SWC * .401 DIAMETER / 145 GRAIN
   $15.95
See More like this...
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 452-200-SWC 200 Grain 45 ACP Bullet #68 H&G #90348
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 452-200-SWC 200 Grain 45 ACP Bullet #68 H&G #90348
   $15.99
See More like this...
90398 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder R.E.A.L Bullet Mold 54CAL-300
90398 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder R.E.A.L Bullet Mold 54CAL-300
   $25.38
See More like this...
Lee Bullet Mold
Lee Bullet Mold
   $11.95
See More like this...
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
See More like this...
Lee 2-Cavity Bullet Mold 452-228-1R-#90351-.45 Caliber
Lee 2-Cavity Bullet Mold 452-228-1R-#90351-.45 Caliber
   $30.00
See More like this...
LEE 2-Cavity Bullet Mold C429-240-SWC 240 Grain Bullet 44 Mag 44 Spl #90338
LEE 2-Cavity Bullet Mold C429-240-SWC 240 Grain Bullet 44 Mag 44 Spl #90338
   $15.99
See More like this...
LEE 90601 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * TL356-95-RF * .356 DIAMETER / 95 GRAIN
LEE 90601 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * TL356-95-RF * .356 DIAMETER / 95 GRAIN
   $15.95
See More like this...
Lee .451 Round Ball Bullet Mold 90440
Lee .451 Round Ball Bullet Mold 90440
   $10.00
See More like this...

Related Lee Bullet Molds information

Loading for M14 shorty

*hlsy said: So I have a new M-14 shorty on the way. I also have a Hornady LNL AP on the way. I'm planning on using: IVI brass (lots on hand) WC735 surplus powder (already have it) CCI M34 primers Hornady 150gr FMJs, and maybe some pulled 147gr tracer rounds Any advice, or preffered loads, from the experts around here. I've been loading for years, but never for semi's. Brass is already SB sized, trimmed, primer pocket swaged etc. Planning on using a Lee Factory crimp die.

z*ke said: Yep,put a crimp on it. Go down about 10% because your using military brass and work your way up. I use a 0-1"mic to measure several different factory ammo load's to give me a baseline for my reload's. I measure about 1/8th above the extractor groove.

G*nderite said: There are various ways to get rid of that pesky IVI primer crimp. I size/deprome and put the brass in a pail. Then I put a 3/8" countersink ($6.00 at Home Hardware) in my electric drill and clamp the drill on a vice. Then I touch the primer hole to the drill, reaming off the crimp. I move the brass from one pail to the other. Only has to be done once. I use garden variaty CCI or Winchester primers, not military. But military are good if you have them. Start with the Start load in the book and test 5 of each, in 0.3 gr increments to find out what cycles well and shoots best. If you are lucky the rifle will have a clear best load before you get to Max.