This is a discussion on Finally tried casting within the Reloading forums, part of the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics category; I spent a few hours the other night casting for my .45 and I had a blast. I only put out about 325-bullets but it's ...
I spent a few hours the other night casting for my .45 and I had a blast. I only put out about 325-bullets but it's more than I had when I started. I'm going to pick up a bucket of wheel-weights from a tire store here in about a day or so and I'll see if I can't cast some more a few nights this next week!!
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..very nice...as in Elmer!!
...casting is the only way to go...been doing it for 25 years now....now the only real expense is the cost and search of primers....
over time you get get many casting items and molds. well, in my case i did. casting is a great way to save money.
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