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Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper (.224") 546208
Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper (.224") 546208
   $76.60
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Easton Eng Co 219 IMP Zipper SZD Wasp STB Die Set Reloading Lot
Easton Eng Co 219 IMP Zipper SZD Wasp STB Die Set Reloading Lot
   $26.99
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Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper (.224"")-546208
Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper (.224"")-546208
   $74.89
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Herterâs Chromed  219 Zipper IMP (Improved)  Reloading Dies â Used
Herterâs Chromed 219 Zipper IMP (Improved) Reloading Dies â Used
   $35.00
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Hornady 546208 Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224
Hornady 546208 Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224
   $83.30
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Hornady Ammo Reloading Equipment Series IV Die Set 219 Zipper .224
Hornady Ammo Reloading Equipment Series IV Die Set 219 Zipper .224
   $89.95
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RCBS 219 Zipper Imp 40° Form/Trim Die-(57006)-NIB
RCBS 219 Zipper Imp 40° Form/Trim Die-(57006)-NIB
   $98.99
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Lee Universal Shellholder #3  (219 Zipper / 30-30 Win / 32 Win Special)  #90520
Lee Universal Shellholder #3 (219 Zipper / 30-30 Win / 32 Win Special) #90520
   $4.98
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ITEM# RC219Z ^ RCBS 219 ZIPPER RELOADING DIES   2 DIE SET   FLS SEAT
ITEM# RC219Z ^ RCBS 219 ZIPPER RELOADING DIES 2 DIE SET FLS SEAT
   $149.99
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Lee Auto Prime Hand Priming Tool Shellholder #3 (219 Zipper / 30-30 Win) # 90203
Lee Auto Prime Hand Priming Tool Shellholder #3 (219 Zipper / 30-30 Win) # 90203
   $3.26
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Hornady Shellholder #2 219 Zipper/ 30-30 Winchester/ 32 Winchester Pc390542
Hornady Shellholder #2 219 Zipper/ 30-30 Winchester/ 32 Winchester Pc390542
   $34.46
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Lee Load Master Shell Plate # 3 (219 Zipper/30-30 Win/32 Win Spl)  # 90909 New!
Lee Load Master Shell Plate # 3 (219 Zipper/30-30 Win/32 Win Spl) # 90909 New!
   $24.65
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Lee Precision Universal Shellholder #3 (219 Zipper, 30-30Win, 32 Win Spl), 90520
Lee Precision Universal Shellholder #3 (219 Zipper, 30-30Win, 32 Win Spl), 90520
   $13.79
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Hornady 546208 Series Iv Full Length Die Set Fit Caliber 219 Zipper
Hornady 546208 Series Iv Full Length Die Set Fit Caliber 219 Zipper
   $93.09
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Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set, 219 Zipper
Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set, 219 Zipper
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Cast bullet lube

n*tenough said: I recently received an 8mm-06 K98 rifle for helping out on some gun transactions. With the rifle can some 197gr FMJ's(141), 245gr LRN (41) and 195gr LRN (93). The FMJ's are great since they reload just fine. The 245gr are already lubed and have a gas check but I can't find data for such a heavy bullet. Now my problem is the 93 195gr LRN bullets are not lubed and do not have a gas check. How much work is it to at least lube these bullets? I think I can get a bullet luber for .323-326 caliber from the remaining estate stuff. Is this too much work or should I just sell the 93 bullets to someone how has this equipment already? Derek

m*dicstimpy said: Seems a shame to have to buy lube and a sizer for only93 bullets. If it's free then no problem. Maybe someone in the TO area who reloads has a sizer in that particular size and can lube them for you for a couple of coffees or beers.

k*diak1 said: You could buy one stick of lube about $5.00 and pan lube them in a disposable pie plate. Ken.

H4831 said: A 50/50 mixture of beef suet and bees wax will do just fine for the lub. If you had to buy both it may cost as much as a stick of lube, though. You can take your hardened lube and rub it over the bullets, lengthwise, to fill the grooves with lube, also. This is a toss up of which is best, this method, or pouring the hot lube over them as they sit in that abandoned pie pan, then cutting them out after it hardens, with a home made cake cutter. Both methods are a bit messy, but will get you by for small numbers of bullets. They should be OK in you rifle without sizing.

J*hn Y Cannuck said: Lee tumble lube might work. Just put the bullets in an old margarine tub, squirt in some lube, shake, and lay them out to dry on their bases. I stand them on wax paper. You probably should use two coats on a standard type bullet. This stuff is messy, but it does work. If you are not going to use a gas check, you'll have to load them down considerably to avoid leading. If they were mine (having no rifle) I'd throw them in the melt pot for the 45-70.

n*tenough said: Unfortunately I don't reload much cast for rifle and get all my lead for the pistols in bulk that is already pre-lubed. I'll try the easiest method of just rubbing the lube into the grooves. Johnny if you lived closer I would say just come by and pick them up.:dancingbanana: Derek

rt*ylor1956 said: Use a bullet sizer and liquid Alox, or if you are happy with the size just roll them in Alox, works well enough for me

J*hn Y Cannuck said: NO POT You mean no grass?? :slap::dancingbanana: