Getting those .44 molds so cheap I decided the universe was telling me that I needed a .44 so started looking around. :)
Last month I scored a like new NEF .44 Mag carbine for $175. So far I've only shot it with jacketed bullets but I can say for sure it's a keeper. :D
I slugged the bore in anticipation of using cast bullets and to my disappointment, the bore slugged to .432". This leaves out all the commercial cast bullets and all the molds I have so far.
My solution is was to order a Lee 240 grain round nose mold and I plan to hog it out with valve grinding paste. This is my busy season and I've been ill so I haven't started on this project yet. So far do y'all think I'm on the right track? I don't want to modify my Lyman molds but I'm only 20 bucks into this Lee mold and that's an acceptable risk...