Ordering & Casting Instructions

Ordering Instructions for Moulds

Our nose-pour mould are our standard design.
base-pour moulds are made at customer request to accommodate design features not suitable for nose-pour moulds

Delivery
By FedEx when possible, by Parcel Post otherwise. You will be notified by postcard of receipt of your order and approximate shipping date. We'll ship your mould along just as soon as possible.

Estimated Delivery
We have completed the second stage of tooling-up and can now make delivery of most custom bullet mould orders, particularly those from .30 caliber to .50 caliber, within approximately 4 to 8 weeks. Thank you for your business and your patience and your continued patronage.

When Ordering a Mould, Please State The Following:
  • Design wanted. (We can produce most designs.)
  • Plain base or gas check.
  • What alloy to be used.
  • Weight desired +- 5 grains.
  • Send payment in full in advance.

No Discounts. All moulds are custom made; none are carried in stock. Paper-patch moulds made in any diameter and weight. Same price as above Please allow $12.00 for shipping for all orders. Overseas shipments go via air. Surface mail is too slow. All overseas shipments please add $25.00 postage for moulds or $35.00 for moulds and handles.

NO CHANGES OR REFUNDS AFTER 30 DAYS!! PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE!!

Custom Bullet Mould & Handle Pricing


Adjustable moulds will be built on either small blocks or BPCR blocks as needed.

Bullet Mould TypeCaliberPrice
Single Cavity Small Block.25 Cal to .36 Cal$160.00
Single cavity BPCR (large) Block.375 Cal to .62 Cal$160.00
Adjustable Moulds.32 Cal to .62 Cal$265.00

Handles are not interchangeable between small blocks and BPCR blocks.

Bullet Mould TypeCaliberPrice
2 Cavity nose-pour bullet mould.30 Cal to .515 Cal$225.00
3 Cavity nose-pour bullet mould.30 Cal to .515 Cal$285.00
4 Cavity nose-pour bullet mould.30 Cal to .515 Cal$325.00

Handles are not interchangeable between small blocks and BPCR blocks. You must have to approciate handles for each size.

Handle TypeCaliberPrice
HandleSmall Blocks$39.00
Handle.BPCR Blocks$39.00

Custom Base-pour lathe bored pistol moulds made to your design and specifications

Base-pour Pistol moulds .25 Cal to .515 Cal are available in 2, 3, and 4 cavity moulds. Base pour moulds for calibers .52 to .62 are made only in Single cavity BPCR Blocks

Bullet Mould TypeCaliberPrice
2 Cavity Pistol moulds.25 Cal to .515 Cal / .52 Cal to .62 Cal$185.00
3 Cavity Pistol moulds.25 Cal to .515 Cal / .52 Cal to .62 Cal$205.00
4 Cavity Pistol moulds.25 Cal to .515 Cal / .52 Cal to .62 Cal$245.00

Handles are not interchangeable between small blocks and BPCR blocks. You must have to approciate handles for each size.

Handle TypeCaliberPrice
HandleSmall Blocks$39.00
Handle.BPCR Blocks$39.00

Casting Instructions

Use the following instructions:

  • Clean and de-grease your bullet mould with a good solvent. An aerosol cleaner/degreaser such as Gun Scrubber from Birchwood Casey or an automotive brake and parts cleaner will work well. Completely remove all traces of oil or grease.
  • Bullet moulds require adequate lubrication. Use a good mould prep or mould release containing graphite completely covering the mould inside and out, especially the cavity, and the top and bottom spree plates. Lubricate the hinge of the sprue plates using a small amount of paraffin wax as you cast. Just a light touch of wax is all it takes. The use of mould prep (release agent) and wax lube in the single greatest asset in keeping your mould working correctly, without galling, and completely free of of any build-up of lead deposits. An aerosol Moly lube also works well.
  • The bullet mould must be hot enough to prevent immediate solidification of the molten alloy. The bullet mould must keep the sprue molten for 1 to 2 seconds. This allows the alloy to completely fill the bullet cavity, consistently from bullet to bullet.
  • The alloy must be hot enough to flow well. A hot alloy will flow better than a cold alloy. This usually requires 700 to 800 degrees Fahrenheit for most alloys used for casting bullets.
  • The alloy must be fluxed often and regularly to keep oxidized alloy to a minimum. The use of paraffin wax as a flux every 20 to 40 bullets will keep the alloy clean and flowing well.
  • All bullet moulds are designed as gravity - fill moulds. For best results, fill the mould using a large capacity dipper such as made by RCBS.
In summary, the factors that contribute to casting high quality bullets consistently over a period of time are as follows:
  • THE ALLOY MUST BE HOT ENOUGH AND CLEAN AND FREE OF IMPURITIES.
  • THE MOULD MUST BE HOT ENOUGH, AND UNIFORMLY HEATED.
  • THE MOULD MUST BE PROPERLY LUBRICATED.

Give us a call anytime:  575-627-1933 or 575-627-6156