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90086 Lee Factory Crimp Die 30 Mauser/ 7.62 Tokarev
90086 Lee Factory Crimp Die 30 Mauser/ 7.62 Tokarev
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New Lee 30 Mauser Steel 3 Die Set  90755
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Lee Factory Crimp Die 7.62x25 Tokarev/30 Mauser #90086
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LEE 90755 * STEEL 3 DIE RELOADING SET * 30 MAUSER
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90755 Lee Steel 3-Die Pistol Set 30 Mauser
90755 Lee Steel 3-Die Pistol Set 30 Mauser
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Lee Factory Crimp Die 30 Mauser / 7.62 Tokarev Bottle Neck - 90086
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Hornady Shell Holder #8 390548 Shellholder 9mm makarov 30 mauser luger 38 Auto
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RCBS RC25101 RCBS 30 Mauser Full Length Die
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Hollywood Press Shell Holder #10 fits 30 M1 Carbine / 30 Carb, 30 Mauser, 25-20
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New Lee 30 Mauser Steel Bottleneck 3 Die Set  90755
New Lee 30 Mauser Steel Bottleneck 3 Die Set 90755
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Lee Precision Shell Holder Each 30 Luger/30 Mauser/7.62 Tokarev/9mm/10mm 90004
Lee Precision Shell Holder Each 30 Luger/30 Mauser/7.62 Tokarev/9mm/10mm 90004
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LEE UNIVERSAL TRIMMER PILOT # 30 FITS ALL 30 CALIBER RIFLES 30 MAUSER,30 LUGER
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Lee Steel 3 Die Set With Shellholder For 30 Mauser Md: 90755 90755
Lee Steel 3 Die Set With Shellholder For 30 Mauser Md: 90755 90755
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Making 40 S&W bullets from 9mm cases

W*ndell said: This might be old, but I haven't seen it before today. http://mp-pistol.com/boards/index.php?showtopic=26887&hl= http://www.wingman26.com/images/shooting/Reloading/40-bullets-1.jpg http://www.wingman26.com/images/shooting/Reloading/40-from-9-1.jpg If interested in further info, see this: http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=6&f=42&t=322451 http://mp-pistol.com/boards/index.php?showtopic=26887&hl=

sh*wncfarm said: If you look up swaging on youtube you will find it. I've seen it done with a 40 s&w spent casing into a 45 acp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxSzi88WrGk

j*my said: Now that's RECYCLING. Thanks for the post.

S*lverback said: Swaging bullets is really neat but a set of Corbin swaging dies is not cheap.

C*nuck223 said: Now THAT would fuck up a CSI!!!

bl*ser.306 said: And .44 (.429-.430) from .40 s&w . check out the cast booltst site and the swaging forum . Lots of good info and equipment there !

*ridan said: Now if someone would come up with a cheap way of swaging frangible bullets. That's the requirement at my club for anything other than pistol calibers. A 5.56 round costs just over $1 if you buy it there. :rolleyes:

Lfs*bch said: you sir, just blew my mind:eek::eek::eek:

460v said: wonder how your barrel likes that?

S*lverback said: wonder how your barrel likes that? Any copper alloy is much softer than your barrel, shouldn't be a problem, think of a Barnes X bullet that is solid copper alloy.

*asyrider604 said: wonder how your barrel likes that? I was the thinking the same. Bullet jacket material is gilding metal, 90% copper 10 % zinc. Brass casings are made from 70% copper and 30% zinc....higher tensile strength than gilding metal. Whether a gun barrel's bore will know the difference is the question. The idea is quite intriguing!!!

*rikT said: I've read up on this before, and you have to anneal the brass dead soft in order to swage it properly. Once it's at the proper softness, there's very little difference between the casing jacket and a regular gilding metal jacket. Pretty cool, though. Check out the swaging dies at CH4D. Not bad for pricing. I just may invest in a set for my 45 ACP.

v*lks_r_us said: I just don't get the point. Why would someone want to do that ?

s*nray said: "...THAT would f**k up a CSI!!!..." It wouldn't phase Calleigh Duquesne a bit. "...Any copper alloy is much softer than your barrel..." Yep. Brass will never hurt steel. Neither will bronze. Coolest thing I ever saw in a gun rag(except maybe Cooper's article about the 'Combat Brick' in SOF. Something you just had to see.) was an article about bullets made out of oil impregnated bronze bullets. Turned, as I recall. The oil smoked as the bullet went down range. Daylight trace without any fire hazard in very dry conditions. "...Why would someone want to do that..." Because they can.

c*phery said: Now if someone would come up with a cheap way of swaging frangible bullets. That's the requirement at my club for anything other than pistol calibers. A 5.56 round costs just over $1 if you buy it there. :rolleyes: As luck would have it they have! Corbin sells a die set that turns spent 22LR cases into highly frangeable brass jackets for either .224(5.56mm) or .256(6mm). They are not cheap and I am currently looking at making my own die set to fit into a Lyman Oarnge Crusher. I'm thinking a .224 60gr HPRBT with a core made from carefully measured #12 shot gun lead.

YYC said: As luck would have it they have! Corbin sells a die set that turns spent 22LR cases into highly frangeable brass jackets for either .224(5.56mm) or .256(6mm). They are not cheap and I am currently looking at making my own die set to fit into a Lyman Oarnge Crusher. I'm thinking a .224 60gr HPRBT with a core made from carefully measured #12 shot gun lead. I found this elsewere on the Web - hope it helps in making your die set: "I can save you some trouble with this. The de-rimming die needs to be a little smaller than the .224 final diameter, otherwise the jacket will spring back and be to big to go in the core seating die. A measured set is: the hole thru the die part is .217 and the pushrod that pushes it thru is .195. After shoving the .22 case thru the die the rim is ironed out and the case streches out to about .703 in length. The new jacket springs out and measures about .219 that will go in the core seating die and when the core is seated it expands the whole thing to .224." .

mck*tzy said: holy necro-posting batman... That BTsniper guy is something else. the originator of this process over on the castboolits forum. I have followed all his posts, quite amazing some of his creations, I defiantly like the .308 projectiles he makes with FN 5.7x28 cases. Apparently u can also use the blank cases(they shoot the p90's in all sorts of movies and tv shows) to make the these aswell. A definite master swager.

B said: That is really neat.

S*PERMAG said: 40 brass makes a really nice and accurate 44 bullet (from experiance)the brass jacket works well just like a lot of european bullets supermag

HKM*rk23 said: I just don't get the point. Why would someone want to do that ? "Yeah world, explain yourself" ! Sorry volks, couldn't resist :D.

DF*rmer said: I bought a mixed bag of reloading supplies from a fellow that had picked it up at an estate sale. In it were 6mm bullets made from 22 rimfire brass. Some of them didn't look really uniform, so I junked those and used the rest. Unfortunately the swaging dies were not in the mixed bag.

YYC said: holy necro-posting batman... That BTsniper guy is something else. the originator of this process over on the castboolits forum. I have followed all his posts, quite amazing some of his creations, I defiantly like the .308 projectiles he makes with FN 5.7x28 cases. Apparently u can also use the blank cases(they shoot the p90's in all sorts of movies and tv shows) to make the these aswell. A definite master swager. Yes Folks over there are GREAT -with Manleyjt help, I am now "Mashing Lead". Next I have to build a set of Dies and Punchs for this little press. Mashing Lead the Making of .224 Lead Core http://www.bowtools.com/pics/lead.jpg