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      Rattlesnake Charlie
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      I got took on evil-bay a few years back when I purchased a three cavity Lachmiller mold for .375 round ball. I’ll give these to anyone who can use them to make something useful. You pay only the shipping.

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      ya know Charlie that might work for shotgun. 375 is pretty hefty, Tim might be able to abuse his 10 gauge with those LOL

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      The top of two cavities are badly chipped. It only produces one usable ball at a time. I tried it. I should have put that in my OP.

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      If a machinist doesn’t pounce or someone doesn’t want them for shotguns I’ll take them for a BP revolver heavy weight .
      I have remedial skills and poor tools so a competent user should have first shot .
      Basically I just want flat base on a RB at .368. and a lube groove left .

      If it doesn’t go in a few days I’m on board with it.

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      Just a thought, if you’re a swager, drill it out for cores.

      Slim

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      Goodsteel
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      I’ll take it if nobody else wants it? I could have some fun with that baby.

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      Rattlesnake Charlie
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      It is .375. I don’t think you’ll get .368 balls out of it. Let me know if you still want it or if I should mail it to Goodsteel.

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      Wanna flip for it ?
      I have a couple of new style Lee 375s that cut the cut tangical sprue at 368 too .
      Your the lathe guy I’ll give you cuts .

    • #33131
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      No, if you want em have at it.

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      You’re far better suited to fix this than me .
      I have a good 2C 375 for the 1858 36 . Just throwing a second in on the off chance it might go begging.

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      At .368 that would be a friction fit in the chamber with a ring cut off the 375 equator . Dead soft it’ll slug up 100% .

      Go ahead and send it to Tim .

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      Harter, PM me your snail mail address.

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