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I am trying to find a mould to make round balls for my 1842 Springfield Smoothbore Musket. I have been told to find a 65 caliber round ball Lead ball mould for sale ✅ TraceAce Tackle 10 Ounce Ball Weight Mould,Weight Moulds,Lead: 19.66 £ | Lee #00 Buckshot Mold .330 54gr: 63 £ | TraceAce Musket balls are manufactured by pouring molten lead or another alloy into a two part single or a multiple cavity mould.The casting sprue is cut close to the ball Vintage lead ball and bullet molds for sale here! Antique Musket Ball Mold Buy Now » Vintage Bullet Mold .457 single cavity round ball .457 - All steel Mold Round Ball Mold - Lee Precision .535 BALL SIX CAVITY for .54 rifles and 28 gauge smooth bore .595 BALL DOUBLE CAVITY for .62 rifles and 20 gauge guns WARNING : Melting and casting lead objects will expose you and others in the area to lead, which is known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm and cancer. Round Ball Bullet Molds for sale | eBay
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For your round ball needs these 100% lead casted round balls come in .45 pistol, .45 Balls, Bullets, Moulds & Accessories · Balls & Bullets I bought the .62 round balls for my .69 cal (actually .67 cal) Charleville Model 1777 flintlock musket. 16 Mar 2018 After the lead solidifies and the ball is removed from the mold, the sprue is cut from the musket ball with a cutting tool, which leaves some of the Musket balls are the 'bullets' that are fired from muskets and were usually made from lead. They were made by pouring molten lead into a musket ball mold and A cast bullet is made by allowing molten metal to solidify in a mold. Most cast bullets are made of lead alloyed with tin and antimony; but zinc Minié balls of the mid-19th century could be either cast or swaged. Swaging, rather than Pure lead was used to cast hollow-base bullets for Civil War era muskets. These bullets
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The second mold ( No. 1 as shown in my first photo of all molds) is marked No. 12 and the screw devise at the nose of the bullet can be screwed in and out -- I don't know if this was meant to allow lead to fill the mold completely with a sprue that could be cut off. Balls, Bullets, Moulds & Accessories Sort by: Featured Items Newest Items Bestselling Alphabetical: A to Z Alphabetical: Z to A Avg. Customer Review Price: Low to High Price: High to Low Balls & Bullets