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Eterry

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I have a 45 underhammer, Heritage Model, 1/48" twist. Before buying another bullet mold that doesn't group I'd like to try this.
Does anyone cast the Lee REAL 45 conical? I'd like to try both the 200 and 250 grain bullet. They'd have to be very soft lead.

I'm looking for 15-25 each. I have some 58 minies I cast or cash money, whichever works best for you

Thanks y'all.
 

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I just picked up the 200 grain real mold,
haven't used it yet,probably be two or three months before I cast some,but if you haven't come up with any by then I'll send you a few.
 
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I have some 250's that I cast about a month ago, but I've run them through a .457 sizer for airgun use. If those would work, I can send you some. If I get a chance in the next couple of days, I'll see if I can get some more cast and get you some un-sized ones.
 

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If you use a over powder wad, they seal much better. flatrate boxes are great, lube with 50/50 bee wax n mutton tallow
I have l currently have 6 bee hives. I don't think wax will be an issue.
Here's a wild swarm we caught, some jars of cut comb, a frame of capped honey, a hive.
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I have had bees you could di a hive inspection without gear and others you didn’t go near the hive without it.
Nice catch. That was a lot of comb outside without any protection
 

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