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.32-20 cast bullet moulds
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April 9, 2021 - 8:57 pm
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Do you all use original mould or aftermarket ones ? 
If aftermarket could anyone recommend what to get ? 
was looking for a Lyman 311008 but not having much luck finding one.

I can get a RCBS .314-90 cm

but have no information on what that shoots like in a 1892

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I haven’t tried the RCBS mould but have a little experience with the Lee Tumble Lube 314-90 and Noe’s 311-008. My rifles didn’t much care for the 90 grain Lee bullet, NOE makes an excellent semi-custom mould but I’m not sure if he ships to the UK. The NOE bullet is a bit heavier @ 115 grains and IIRC drops at .314”. 

I have an original Winchester mould but wasn’t planning on casting with it. 

 

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Original Winchester. 32-20 molds are great.  You could probably find a nice usable one on the internet for less than you’d  spend on a modern mold.

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I’m using 115gn hard cast commercial made bullets at the moment, but would like to cast my own .

getting people to ship to the Uk is sometimes challenging.

thank you both for responding 

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