I’m very excited to announce that we now offer both round ball molds and freshly roasted coffee in the store here on The Reloaders Network. The molds for casting round balls are built and sold by Marty’s Arms. He makes these clamshell design molds by hand in his workshop in North East Minneapolis, Minnesota. The […]
The Lyman 358311 RN description: 358311 Standard bullet for revolvers using .38 S. & W. Special and .38 Colt Special Cartridge. These two wide bands are strong and hold the rifling well. Case should be slightly crimped in bevel groove. (PlainBase, RoundNose, 158gr. – Top Punch is 311) The Abused Mould This is the shape […]
One of my reasons for getting into reloading and casting.. Hope it helps you as well..
In this episode, the Idahoan discusses how he got into lead bullet casting, or more precisely how he was finally able to get good results casting lead bullets.
Svarog Paradox Slug Mould Late last year I wrote about the Russian ‘Zveroboy’ slug mould by Svarog. As Winter tends to be my reloading season, I thought it might be interesting to review another one I’ve been working with a lot lately; the Paradox. Construction Like the other Svarog models I’ve seen, the Paradox is […]
Back in 2017 I was perusing eBay when I happened upon a new series of slug moulds made by a Russian company called Svarog. Being a huge fan of shotgun slugs, I immediately ordered each of the three styles they had for sale, and I've been meaning to review them ever since. As the outdoor shooting season can be pretty short here, it's taken me a while, but I've finally had an opportunity to test them out. In this article we're going to take a look at the first of them, the Zveroboy 12 (model ZVR).
With the plethora of different mould manufacturers and styles available to the modern bullet caster, selecting the one that's right for you can be a little overwhelming. When you're looking for pure production at an affordable price, you're going to find it hard to beat Lee Precision's 6-cavity commercial design.
Bullet Mould Materials People have been casting their own bullets for literally hundreds of years. While the idea of pouring molten lead into a mould hasn’t changed much over that time, the technology used to do it most certainly has. In this article we’ll be taking a look at the three most commonly used mould […]
Sharpshooter USA Buckshot Moulds Casting your own buckshot is one of the simplest and most economical ways to save money as a reloader, particularly if you’re a big shotgun fan. That being the case, why don’t more people do it? There are a number of reasons, but the biggest factor is probably that there just […]
JT Bullet Moulds’ .670 Round Ball Mould Today I’d like to discuss a round ball mold I purchased from a small, independent manufacturer called JT Bullet Moulds. The owner, Jeff Tanner, is located in England and produces these from solid brass. What makes Jeff’s molds unique though, is that they’re essentially made to order in […]