Missouri Bullet Company lead ingots

Taking a quick look at Missouri Bullet company lead ingots. Showing you what you get and some info on them.

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Reloader-7sixtwo
Reloader-7sixtwo

Jesse B You can get an alloy calculator here http://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?105952-Lead-alloy-calculators pretty simple to use just punch in your numbers / weight in the yellow box beside the alloy or metals you’re using. A 50/50 mix of the 8 lb. MO Lyman #2 and 8 lbs. of pure lead will give you a air cooled bullet of approximately 11 to 12 BHN. Water Quenching will harden it even further over time.

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BigE

Filled my Lyman Mag25 with 3 of those and have been going through some other sources I had from some wheel weight supply (which I think was contaminated) and Linotype and hardball I made from Pure Lead and Linotype. But also went through 2 more of those ingots. Only have 3 of the 8 I ordered (got the 66 lbs option). I will be ordering more… Great source. RotoMetals is a great source for Pure Lead and say Linotype to adjust your mixes. But for most of what I do the Magic Mix (Hardball 50:50 lead/Linotype) is right on for… Read more »