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    Looking for a Lyman 50 cal. "maxi ball" mould

    We are shooting those balls in our muzzle-loading hunting rifles but are unsatisfied with the quality of the commercial bullets. The mold number from Lyman 504617 and everyone seems to be out, including Lyman, Midway. October Country and Buffalo Arms.

    All the usual suspects. Anyone have a suggestion or better yet a mold they want to sell off? In the latter case, PM me

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    If the regular suppliers are out, try a custom mold maker.

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