NOE Bullet Mold & Handles Un Boxing
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NOE Bullet Mold & Handles Un Boxing

Un-Boxing a beautiful 2-cavity aluminum bullet mold and well made mold handles from NOE Bullet Molds. John's Hand LoadingJohn has been shooting since he was a kid and is now a middle aged man. He likes shooting rifles and handguns, reloading, bullet casting and the outdoors. He believes in God, freedom and a good sense […]
duels_purposebuiltammo
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Casting, Loading, & Shooting 250gr Coated Cast Lead Hollow Points 44 Magnum

Today, I show in this video the entire process from start to finish how I cast, powder coat, load, and shoot some 250gr coated cast lead hollow points in the 44 magnum. This is one of my "go to" loads for blasting milk jugs without much recoil.  These loads are perfect for maximum explosion with minimal recoil--great for those milk jug duels with the buddies.  Got questions?  Feel free to leave me a comment below, and I will do my best to answer it!
I had an Uncle Jim day
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I had an Uncle Jim day

Tried the New NOE HOLLOW POINT MOULD. Put in long pins for deeper point, changed to a shorter pin as wasn't coming out as I intended. Mould had been cleaned and smoked, went up and down with temp, no avail. Finally added a softer alloy which did the trick.
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Quenching Cast Bullets with Alcohol and Antifreeze

Recently I've been thinking a lot about alternative solutions for quenching bullets.  While water is of course the standard, the fact is that many heat-treating facilities employ a number of specialty liquids to rapidly cool metal.  With that in mind I decided to try quenching some cast bullets in antifreeze and alcohol, and comparing them to a water-quenched control group.