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Re: Another reloading question

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12-06-2012 04:18:23

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They will all work. As someone else said, depends on what you want to do. I adore Unique and use it for many rifle and pistol rounds. 2400 is hard to beat for mag type loads in your 44 though. Blue Dot has some hardcore followers.

Hey, you need to take up bullet casting, it should be right up your alley! Make it yourself, more shooting, less cost. How can you loose?

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12-06-2012 07:27:13

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 Re: Another reloading question in reply to Bret4207, 12-06-2012 04:18:23  
I have a bullet casting die for making bullets for the 44mag but no way to heat the lead up and do all that type of stuff. Shoot as it is I never have enough time to get every thing I want to get done or need to get done. Seems the older I get the less I get done LOL

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12-06-2012 23:02:08

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 Re: Another reloading question in reply to old, 12-06-2012 07:27:13  
I cast alot of the handgun bullets I target practice with. I use a small cast iron pot and heat the alloy on a propane camp stove. I surround the pot with a metal coffee can to consentrate the heat up to the pot. It melts pretty quickly. I use recovered range lead and linotype that I buy off of ebay. A pellet of bees wax about the size of a pea mixed into the melted alloy will bring impurities to the surface where it can be scooped out. Pretty low tech but it works well. As you know, lead fumes are toxic so I do all my casting outdoors.

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