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Old 03-26-2011, 10:00 AM
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Default Ross Long range .500 bullet molds

For those of you who are interested in buying a mold to cast my long range .500 bullets, there is a Group Buy going on at

500 S&W John Ross Quintaweight Design - Cast Boolits

These molds are available in 5 weights from 400 to 600 grains. 2,3, and 4 cavity molds are offered. Production is scheduled for September.
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Signed up and looking forward to it. Now I just need the JRC 'twin' in stainless!
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