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Old August 31, 2020, 02:44 PM   #14
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Yes. And notice the dent in the base near the top edge of the lower bullet that has powder coat on it. That bullet was never going to shoot accurately. It's been poorly handled.

I can see the bullets are uncoated on the bottom. Backwards. If he parked the noses in holes just big enough to keep them upright and coated the sides and bottoms, then he'd have a bullet that didn't lead easily. But he'd have to fix the smearing sprue plate cutting first.

I think your idea of putting Lee Tumble Lube or White Lable Liquid Alox lube on them would work just fine to cut leading on the few with dings and would put a little protection on the base as well.
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