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    Eras Gone Bullets

    Any chance to buy a 'bag of bullets'? I really don't want to cast but would love to try these. Glad to buy a bunch!

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    Hey Bob, what is your load with that custom Moose Moulds bullet? I'm going to see if they will make me one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maillemaker View Post
    Hey Bob, what is your load with that custom Moose Moulds bullet? I'm going to see if they will make me one.

    Steve
    This is the reverse side of that target with top secret data.

    Note, I did modify the "Bobtail" to work in the Master Caster, so now I crank them out to the tune of 250 per hour. I use hard lead in all of my breachloaders, 3 parts pure to one part wheel weights.

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    Bob Anderson
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    Thanks Bob!

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    I'm sure that I along with most of the readers of this forum really enjoy these target reports. Speaking as an N-SSA rather than NMLRA competitor though, I'm really more interested in the second five shots. These are the "proof of the pudding" shots in team competition. Even when my teams won gold medals in competition, we were always well into our shooting boxes before we got the board cleared, particularly the pigeon board.

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