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Cast 365gr Bullets
Hunting and discussion with Muzzle Loaders, Archery and other Primitive weapons

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 7:22 am    Post subject: Cast 365gr Bullets Reply with quote

Well, time to head out to the shed and cast some boollts for my bp 50 cal. as I still have one more tag to fill for muzzle-loader season.

It seems to me that all that rain that Suzie had is headed our way, just hope I can get in a few more days in the woods.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:21 am    Post subject: Re: Cast 365gr Bullets Reply with quote

Didn't have a good day casting bullets for the old bp 50 cal. I made 18 bullets when the lights went out. I checked the breaker and it was tripped so I reset it, bam, tripped again. So I unplugged the Lee Pro 4-20 and lights stayed on, then turned the dial on the lee all the way counter clockwise and tried plugging it in again only to have the breaker pop once more.

So after cooling, I brought it in the house just to try one more time and poof!!

I miss my old Lyman pot, but anyway I called up Lee and told them what happened and that its out of warranty by 4 months (2 year warranty) and they told me no problem. I have to pay for the ship but they will either repair it or replace it at no charge.

Thank you Lee.

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