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A Cast Bullet Guide for Handgunners 00

A Cast Bullet Guide for Handgunners 00

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From Ingot to Target: A Cast Bullet Guide for Handgunners
A joint effort by Glen E. Fryxell and Robert L. Applegate

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Glen E. Fryxell Robert L. Applegate
Foreword By John Taffin Acknowledgements About The Authors A Few Words About Safety
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Table of Contents Chapters 1. Introduction: A Brief History of Bullet Casting 2. Bullet Casting 101 3. Alloy Selection and Metallurgy 4. Fluxing the Melt 5. Cast Bullet Lubrication 6. Throat and Groove Dimensions 7. Leading 8. Idle Musings of a Greybeard Caster 9. Moulds and Mould Design Additional Glen E. Fryxell Shooting Articles 10. Gas-checked vs. Plain-based Bullets 11. The Wadcutter 12. The Keith SWC 13. Casting Hollow Point Bullets 14. Making Cast HP moulds 15. Hunting with Cast Bullets

No part may be copied. Warning: All technical data mentioned. tools.us expresses tremendous gratitude to Glen E. especially handloading and bullet casting. Fryxell and Mr. Applegate for exclusive rights to publish the most important and complete cast bullet handbook to come along in many years. This is also the place for new casters to start. Applegate. A Few of Our Favorites Page 1 A Few of Our Favorites Page 2 .us is proud to host this exceptional book. Fryxell and Robert L. reflect the experience of specific individuals using specific tools. . This book is copy right protected (copyright © 2011). reproduced or transmitted in any fashion without written permission of the authors. Experienced casters will find much that they knew to be correct and much of what they thought they knew to be incorrect. from the equipment needed to get started to becoming a master caster while eliminating much of the frustration and trial and error that new casters face. now they will know why on both counts. Appendix A: How Old Is Your Mould? lasc. products. lasc. All rights are reserved by the authors.Hunting Bullets 17. Thank You Mr. The above has no control over the condition of your firearms or your methods. this web site or the author's have no control. components.16. equipment and components under specific conditions and circumstances not necessarily reported in this book or on this web site and over which The Los Angeles Silhouette Club (LASC). techniques or circumstances and disclaims all and any responsibility for any person using any data mentioned.

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