I have worked myself up to about 150 rounds of .45-70.
As long as I replace failed cases periodically, I think this may be enough to keep me going.
I bought the Lee .405 mold and have been shooting those bullets.
I have been less than careful as regards hardness but I believe I can keep hardness above 13 consistently now that I am paying closer attention.
That bullet has three wide grooves.
I am going to use beeswax and mutton tallow in one series of rounds and beeswax and Lard in another. I want to compare the performance of these two differently based lubes.
My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government. Thomas Jefferson
Last edited by Doc Hoy; April 10, 2013 at 07:00 AM.