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Hollow Point Molds

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475-385gr PB
44-265gr GC
44-245gr PB
45-235gr PB
Poster: TCTex.
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B-dog
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Registered: May 2010
Location: Maketu, Bay of Plenty New Zealand
Posts: 536
Sun February 10, 2013 20:03 Rating: 10.00 

Man the hollow on the 475 bullet looks like a cave!!
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TCTex.
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Registered: September 2007
Location: Sherman Texas!
Posts: 7,327
Tue February 12, 2013 02:25

LOL and thanks!


Each mold has two sets of pins. The 475 and two 44's each are utilizing the larger pins. I used the smaller pins on the 45, however it is the only one that isn't water quenched. If you look closely, the 45, the one on the far right, is the only one that isn't frosted.


I am still in the experimental stages of alloy, temper, and pin size to accommodate each platform of caliber and velocity for performance. It will get there, it is just going to take a little time.

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