|August 17, 2012, 11:03 PM||#2|
Join Date: August 25, 2008
Location: 1B ID
Slug your bore to find out what diameter you actually need. One of the following is likely to fit the bill....
Currently available molds that are appropriate:
Lee C312-185-1R - 185 gr RN/GC
Lyman 314299 - 200 gr RN/GC
Saeco 305 - 180 gr FN/GC
There are others that may work, but there's no guarantee that the mold would drop a bullet with a large enough diameter. And... that Lyman mold needs a fairly hard alloy, or it will drop undersize bullets.
Beyond those, you'd have to look through the catalogs of the other mold manufacturers (there are dozens), or try to find a used mold with an old design that you prefer.
www.accuratemolds.com/ (these are all custom designs)
www.mountainmolds.com/ (design your own)
www.noebulletmolds.com/ (unless it's in stock, expect a 2 year wait)
http://www.ranchdogoutdoors.com/inde...x&cPath=1_5_16 (two custom designs in Lee molds)
And, a Google search will yield even more.
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