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Sizing bullets Brokeloader
Lets take a quick look at Lee’s new bushing format for resizing cast bullets. Breech lock compatible press required… For now… TreeTopFlierI am retired USAF. I reloaded some as a kid, mostly shotgun, then stepped away for many years. After I retired and could put down roots I got back into it again and over […]
I spent the better part of several months conducting a series of experiments aimed at improving the quality of my home-cast lead bullets and identifying which parameters of bullet casting actually have the greatest impact on bullet performance. I wrote up the results of my experimentation in the following document: A Bullet Casting Journey .pdf […]
This black powder design with the multiple large grease grooves holds lots of lube. But powder coated and lubed with modern lubes, these big Lee 457 405 HB will serve very well with smokeless powder in the popular 45/70 as well as in the 458 Win Mag...
Lubrisizing Cast Bullets with a Lyman 4500 Lube Sizer If you’re a bullet-caster, chances are you’re already well-acquainted with the process of lubing and sizing your bullets. While most folks start off pan-lubing their bullets and then sizing them with Lee Precision’s economical lube and size kit, it can get pretty tedious if you’re working […]
44 magnum project
Special Thanks to Backyard inventor. The Star automatic Bullet feeder.
Powder coating my 30 cal Powder coated bullets going to the final phase and getting lubed, gas checked and sized. You will see my method. (Note Im sizing from 312 to 308 and they are BHN 28 so they are hard as well so it might look a little hard to do but it works. […]
Resizing Bullets with Lee Precision’s Lube & Size Kit In several previous articles, I detailed the process used to formulate your own home-made bullet lubricant, and apply it to bullets cast from wheel-weight alloy. In this article we’ll build on those achievements by moving to the last step in preparing cast lead bullets; sizing. Although […]
Just running through the projectiles I made on the last video, Next step is to apply Rooster Jacket and the dishes are done, Man.
In this video I show the bullet lubing and sizing methods I used for my first batch of cast bullets.
An un-boxing from Uncle Jim.
In this video the infamous Uncle Jim has bestowed upon my lowly soul a tool of such ferocity and usefulness it is known only as THE COBRA (Patent Pending)
Real quick but funny mail call!
I recently purchased two molds from Arsenal Molds.
This video is to show that we as cast bullet shooters can gravitate to any number of options available for the lubrication of our cast bullets.