Casting, Loading, & Shooting 154 gr .357 Mag Plinker Ammo

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Full Lead Taco
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Published on 18 Apr 2018 / In General

Just a quick video doing some speedy hand casting, powder coating, loading, and shooting of some 154 gr round flat nose cast bullets from an NOE bullet mold. I like to show the whole process of casting, loading, shooting so you can see the finished product being used. Enjoy!
Link To mold: http://noebulletmolds.com/NV/i....ndex.php?cPath=84_54
Coupon codes: flt001 at noebulletmolds.com and taco at buckeyetargets.com
Music:
Not For Nothing by Otis McDonald
Sunrise Drive by South London HiFi

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mbecker
mbecker 1 month ago

Followed you here from YouTube. I've been looking for a good 357 / 38 load. Ill have to give this mold a go. Thanks for sharing.

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Full Lead Taco
Full Lead Taco 1 month ago

its a fun load that works well in my guns.

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Full Lead Taco
Full Lead Taco 1 month ago

might want to start at 6 gr and work up

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NickJ
NickJ 1 month ago

Hey Taco, you said your using CCI primers because your using Unique Powder, what's the reason for that ?

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Full Lead Taco
Full Lead Taco 1 month ago

cci small pistol, not cci small pistol (magnum). I use the small pistol magnum primers with the ball powders like h110, 296, a#9, etc..

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RogerRevo
RogerRevo 1 month ago

What powder was used to coat the gray bullets and where was it purchased?

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Full Lead Taco
Full Lead Taco 1 month ago

the gray was my "leftovers"... I just took a few scoops out of the scraps powder bucket (under the wire mesh basket) and use that. It usually comes out like a granite type color.

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