Re: Bullet Casting Pro's and Con's
That's what I was thinking.
I have a few Lyman molds. The reason I have them is because Lee didn't make that bullet size.
I have not worn out or broken a Lee mold.
I started casting with a iron pot on a coleman stove, pan lubed and used a cake-cutter. Total investment was about 25 dollars, and ten of that was for the Lee mold. Last few times I've done any casting, I used a cast-iron sauce pan I bought at a yard sale, and did it on the kitchen stove (the joys of being divorced).
I've got an electric pot, but unless I'm planning on doing a few hundred to a few thousand bullets, I don't even get it out any more. A pot and a ladle just seems more - right.
I think, before I dumped a couple of hundred bucks in this hobby, I'd go cheap and see if I liked it.
Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy, and taste good with catsup - George of Lod, Year of Our Lord 297
I always take precautions.
Beware the Evil Bullet Fairies.