Friday, March 22, 2013

Bullet Mold Care

Given the nature of our politicians and their considering gun control and knowing that their real goal is total disarmament it is important to mention how to care for bullet molds. First if you cast bullets you already know that a good steal bullet mold is a fair sized investment. Second you quickly realize the amount of money you save in making bullets in one good casting session will have paid for the mold. Everything after that is gravy. Even if you do not cast bullets you should consider it-least owning a relativity inexpensive mold from Lee at $26 for each gun you own. (no I am not getting anything from Lee for mentioning their products) Do not plan on the government stopping at taking semi-auto rifles (so-called assault weapons) next they will be going after the dreaded hunting rifle (so called sniper rifle) and finally after the scary hand gun. The very wise will buy a little of this and a little of that and put it away for a rainy day. If you could no longer get ammo then the ability to make your own projectiles would put you ahead of others and then the ability to load your ammo would be next. In my book I cover making ammo from your home and loading without loading equipment creating your own propellant (4 types) alternative projectiles (bullets), and home made primers as well as home made guns. But to own a bullet mold for each gun would be a wise investment. 
   The Lee bullet mold is made out of aluminum and needs little more care than to put it back in its box. Steel molds come from the factory coated in oil and this oil needs to be removed before  you cast. If the oil is not removed then the bullets will wrinkle. One of two ways the oil is removed is to use a non oil base solvent or boil the steal mold in water and pour the water off. To store a steal mold it must be re-coated with a coat of oil otherwise the mold will in time turn into a ball of rust. In the future it may be well to pre-prepared rather than to bu left un-prepared. After disarming other nations they made all ownership of any gun product illegal as well-- holsters reloading equipment, bullet casting equipment etc. Richard W Norman

If they pass laws against guns then you will either make your supplies at home, salvage or do without. Below 1) AK47 operators manual all the army thought a soldier needed to know 2) Arasaka Rifle some of the history as well as information on some models you should not shoot 3) Gun Reloading Equipment a Buyers Guide the very least you would need to buy. To see military e-manuals and gun e-books click here No waiting over 70 to chose from, get it now as an E-Book!
AK-47 Operator Manual for Assult RifleArisaka Rifle 7.7 & 6.5 JapaneseGun Reloading Equipment: A Buyer

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