looking for load data for lee molds
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- Last Post 07 March 2021
Any data for bullets of like weights will work fine.
The original 1950s Lyman Cast Bullet Manual is available on Ebay in a larger format and excellent quality for 30 bucks.
i have a new 44 mag project and i remembered that the lee 310 gr bullet was great for that cartridge .
so i found a 2 cavity lee on on ebay ...used ... and i bid $41 for what is normally $26 new for a 2 cavity ...
there were about 30 bids ... it finally went for over $160 ...
my load for that 310 gr. in my 44 mag rifle was enough h110 to get over 1700 fps ... not quite max but serious.
edit : oops .. i earlier said the 310 gr lee 44 was discontinued ... it is still listed by lee. under HANDGUN bullets . owch, bet that hurts ...
Ken I got that mold some years ago. the 310 and shoot great in my Marlin. You know if when I shoot it in my RH . What is Lee doing doing away with some of there molds?
coydog .. sorry ... lee does still lists the 310 gr 44. i was looking under RIFLE bullets ... i guess it is a PISTOL bullet.. yep, it was the best of about 6 lead bullets, and as good as my mj bullets in my 788 rifle..
I did see some of there molds they had done away with and do not remember what ones. off hand . No problem Ken .
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