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    I have some unknown alloy which test 15 BHN. I mixed it 50-50 with pure, 10 pounds of each. Harles came by & left me an NOE 45-255-FN four cavity mould. I cast with it side by side with the four cavity Accurate 45-200E. The 45-255 bullets were .455" & 258.5 grains. The Accurate were .455 also & 205 grain.





    Joshua 1:9
    Dry Creek Firewood

  • #2
    Couple good looking bullets right there LAH,nice clear pics too.

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    • #3
      Good looking bullets what gun and lube are you using, we need pic of targets now

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      • #4
        I use the lighter in my Blackhawk's ACP cylinder. I'll be using the heavier in a 7 1/2" Blackhawk. No targets yet. I've shot close to a 1000 of the lighter with 4.5 grains of Promo plinking but haven't really put them on paper. "YET"
        Joshua 1:9
        Dry Creek Firewood

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        • #5
          They both are cast to perfection as you always do.

          I feel plum old fashioned casting and loading from single cavity Ideal moulds with a 454190 & a 452460. But anyway, I'll be looking forward to further development of both. And that 255gr NOE has my undivided attention now.
          A tee shirt read:
          The U.S. Army.
          Because even Marines need heroes.

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          • #6
            I like the profile of the 454190 but have never fired one. It has to be a great bullet. I've not worked with the NOE bullet much but will over the winter.
            Joshua 1:9
            Dry Creek Firewood

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            • #7
              Nice casting job, hope to do some as well over the weekend as my 9 mm supply is getting low.
              SKS M59/66A1 / Chinese /26 Poly SKS / Mosin M44 / Savage 99 300 Sav. / Ruger Blackhawk 357/9mm convertible / PA-63 Mak. / Sav. 93G 22 WMR & Sav. Mark II 22 RF.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by res45 View Post
                Nice casting job, hope to do some as well over the weekend as my 9 mm supply is getting low.
                Nothing like catching up on your casting.

                Joshua 1:9
                Dry Creek Firewood

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by LAH View Post

                  Nothing like catching up on your casting.
                  Yup,or trying out a new mould..... very fun,and for me,very relaxing.

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                  • #10
                    Nice looking boolits...
                    I\'ve learned to stand on my own two knees...

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