Oh No. You will soon find yourself with a need for a 50 caliber ammo can. Your level of joy indicates you are on your way to casting for everything you can. Roll the molds up in a micro fiber rag and rubber band to store in the can. The good news, ammo cans and molds are far less $$ than more weapons and a new / bigger safe.
Like you, after getting Tom to cut my first mold, the only stock molds I have purchased were a Lyman .258 cal and .264 cal. Only because Tom cannot cut molds smaller that 28 cal.
Over the years, I have found myself shooting fewer and fewer jacketed bullets.
Here are the results of the last bullet I designed and Tom cut for my BPCR 38-55 single shot. 3 shots from bench with tang sights, duplex BP load. 323gr 40-1 alloy. You are right, Tom's bullets are very accurate when we do our part.
PS: You are right. Tom communicats mostly by email. I think the years of working in the shop has made it hard for him to have a phone conversation. Plus, he can't work while trying to talk! He sure turns them around quickly.
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