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Mfr of mold handles

Postby Blind Hawg » 17 Nov 2020 12

Can someone tell me who made these handles. RCBS?
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Re: Mfr of mold handles

Postby Ohio3Wheels » 17 Nov 2020 15

Lyman
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Re: Mfr of mold handles

Postby runfiverun » 18 Nov 2020 02

single cavity.
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Postby skchen83 » 18 Nov 2020 10

I was guessing, but they looked like Lyman to me and was able to confirmed that with a Google Image search.
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Re: Mfr of mold handles

Postby Blind Hawg » 18 Nov 2020 18

Thanks, now if I could just find the molds that go with it!
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Re: Mfr of mold handles

Postby Ohio3Wheels » 19 Nov 2020 09

Blind Hawg wrote:Thanks, now if I could just find the molds that go with it!


Probably any single cavity Lyman mold would work. I still have several that get used once or twice a year. In my early days of bullet casting they were all I could afford and in many cases all that were available. I've got a couple single cavity Lee molds from the same time period.

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Re: Mfr of mold handles

Postby Mad Trapper » 19 Nov 2020 11

I have this old mold, the box it came in dates it to around 1929,early 1930s.
It is the original Keith mold, ideal 429421, non vented, single cavity, it is attached to that type of handle.
This mold makes perfect bullets, my favorite mold.
I reworked my rossi 92 so it would take this bullet in the 44 mag case, bit of filing on the cartridge stop on the back of the lifter, cycles perfect, with slow and fast cycling.
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