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Old June 19, 2005, 11:19 AM   #4
snuffy
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Join Date: May 20, 2001
Location: Oshkosh wi.
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Lee all the way

I have had a new Lee pro 4-20 for about a year. It has a 20lb. capacity and a completly vertical bottom pour valve for less leaks. Also a marginally useful mold guide. I also tryed and like the Lee 6 cavity molds. I have 3 now, 2 .44's and a 451 200 r-f. They work just fine. They tend to get too hot if you keep pouring without a break, so I use two, sometimes 3 at a time.

The pro 4-20 has enough heat sinc to be able to drop a cold ingot into it and keep on casting. Try that in one of their smaller 8 pounders, it'll require a wait while in struggles back up to casting temp!
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