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Well new to me anyway .
Got a single cavity Lyman #311419 for use in my 32-20's and the 32 MAG.
Also got a single cavity Lyman #321297 for my 32-40 and the 32 Speciels.Both of these molds are in really good shape .
May have to try to cast a few with them tommorrow.
 

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Any ideas as to what weight they throw? Should be some nice molds to have around for many old Marlin calibers.
 
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MM93 , the 311419 is supposed to be 90 grains with a gascheck and the 321297 is supposed to be about 180 grains with a gascheck.
 

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Sounds perfect for the calibers you'll use them.
 
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I had access to a 311419 before , then it moved away :? So now I've replaced it .
As far as the 321297 goes , I've been after one of those since I got my 1893 in 32-40 :wink: This one outa make a decent deer bullet.
Now if I can lay my hands on a 257325 for my 25-36 I'll be in good shape.
 

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I've been using bullets out of a 321297 for my .32-40's for a couple of years now. Loaded over IMR 3031 (with a gas check) they make a very accurate and impressive load. If my memory serves me correctly, it throws about a 185 gr. bullet, including the gas check w/ lube. Good find, buddy !

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Wishbone said:
I've been using bullets out of a 321297 for my .32-40's for a couple of years now. Loaded over IMR 3031 (with a gas check) they make a very accurate and impressive load. If my memory serves me correctly, it throws about a 185 gr. bullet, including the gas check w/ lube. Good find, buddy !

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Wishbone , the man I got these two from told me he has a 321297 HP . I sure would like that one. For my 30-30's I have a 31141 and a hollow point version of it as well .
 
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