It’s all good, I see what you we’re talking about nowEarlier he had mentioned cold barrel flyers and I offered a possible solution. Sorry if that wasn't appropriate.
No, never smoked cigars so it never occurred to me. Im going to look at some in a local smoke shop. Good idea. I love your dumb questions. Its your smart questions that concern me.
That's the thought, although the more I think about it, it would probably be a lot of effort. I'm sure there's better, purpose built tools for the job.Hmmm! Kinda like a pipe cutter? How’d the cuticle cutters work? jcnull did I-Lewis get your adjustable mould handles yet? That’s going to be interesting to see what he comes up with. Wrap those sore hands around a cold beer!
Tracking say’s tomorrow I emptied my Lead Pot and Cleaned it today, It’s Ready to Pour HIGH QC BulletsThat's the thought, although the more I think about it, it would probably be a lot of effort. I'm sure there's better, purpose built tools for the job.
Lewis should have the ST Machining handles tomorrow.
I recommend that you at least try it. Hardly any cost for a few groups. Im using cut sabots under a cast lead bullet.Interesting information for sure and this thread has some interesting potential concepts. My gun shoots Powerbelts under an inch at 100 yards with a scope. I am in Idaho so have to shoot a full lead bullet and a Powebelt is legal but I don't like the hollow point or the poor expansion reports on elk. The no excuses I have been using are no where near as accurate as the Powerbelts. I have used them with and without wool wads. I was wondering if it would make any sense to put a sabot base under a cast bullet like a Lyman plains bullet to mimic the Powerbelt accuracy in my rifle? As always, thanks for the great information.