A friend just game me some casting supplies. The reason I took the box was that there were about 200 cast, and lubed bullets, and two double molds. One is a RCBS 38-150-KT, and the other is a RCBS 45-201-kt, I can use both molds to make bullets for 38/357, and for my 1911. What I need help with is the loose bullets that were in the box. I thought they were .45 caliber, but all that I have miked are .40 - .41 in diameter, and weigh in at around 246 - 248 grains. They are all Keith style wadcutters. Are these .40 caliber bullets? If they are I'll just melt them down re-cast them.