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Hey guys, made some Ingots in the snow yesterday morning! This is all pipes, same stuff as what I melted down a couple days ago. I can't state an exact BHN but it's good, soft stuff for sure. No ring when dropped on concrete and scratches easily. This is all in nice small ingots that are really easy to work with.

This is 71 ingots with a total weight of 42 lbs (294,000 grains). Packed tight with bubble wrap and taped really well.

$95 shipped USPS Priority to your door within the U.S. PayPal friends and family preferred for payment but could use Venmo or CashApp if need be. Thanks for looking! Justin
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If I knew an approximate BHN I'd take it, but I need pure lead soft for airgun and it helps for the REAL bullets too (BHN 4-5). Even just the pencil test with a set of soft pencils would be good enough.

Been burned before from an Amazon purchase so I'm very careful about what I buy, I have 20 pounds of junk I won't use sitting here.
 
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@Greg_E, I will never call any lead I sell here "pure", it's all scrap. I have no way of certifying that but many, many guys here have tested it and it's generally around 5 BHN, 6 on the high side. I've literally had one complaint out of selling a few tons of lead on this forum. And that was a guy claiming some sheet lead was 12+ BHN and complete BS. I understand your concern and I've heard a lot about people being burned with lead. I have a good reputation for selling soft lead. I'm willing to cut this box open and hit it with a 6B pencil to show you, give me a few minutes. In the meantime, here's a short video I took of me dropping some of the ingots from this batch on concrete, you'll hear that these aren't hard. Justin
 
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If I knew an approximate BHN I'd take it, but I need pure lead soft for airgun and it helps for the REAL bullets too (BHN 4-5). Even just the pencil test with a set of soft pencils would be good enough.

Been burned before from an Amazon purchase so I'm very careful about what I buy, I have 20 pounds of junk I won't use sitting here.
My wife took a video of me using a 6B pencil on one. Not the best video but you can see it digs in plenty.
 

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Justin sent me a box a few weeks ago. Fast shipping and the best value I could find. Finger nail test passed. Highly recommended.
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Thanks to all you guys that chimed in to give some positive feedback! That helps me a lot and means a lot to me as well. I work my a$$ off to do this and provide a good product at a fair price. And if anything I make is ever a little harder, I'm honest enough to mention it in my ads. If I say it's soft in the ad, you can take that to the bank! -Justin
 
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Hey guys, made some Ingots in the snow yesterday morning! This is all pipes, same stuff as what I melted down a couple days ago. I can't state an exact BHN but it's good, soft stuff for sure. No ring when dropped on concrete and scratches easily. This is all in nice small ingots that are really easy to work with.

This is 71 ingots with a total weight of 42 lbs (294,000 grains). Packed tight with bubble wrap and taped really well.

$95 shipped USPS Priority to your door within the U.S. PayPal friends and family preferred for payment but could use Venmo or CashApp if need be. Thanks for looking! JustinView attachment 175076 View attachment 175077 View attachment 175078
All my lead comes from a hospital I use to work at X-ray rooms remodels
 
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