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I just found out about this bullet today and I apologize if this has been covered before. Rechecking Lyman's site, I looked up the H & I dies to see whether they are now cataloging .380 or .381 dies and they aren't, just the same old .375, .377, .378, .379 sizing dies.

Rifle Bullet Mould: 375/ 38-55 - #380681


Bullet # : 380681
Grain: 250gr
Top Punch : 449
Double Cavity # : 2660681
A larger diameter mould, casts .380" for many 38-55 rifles with larger groove diameters.

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Hey there Steelbanger -- That looks like a beauty! Whilst I'm very partial to the Accurate bullet (381250B) I'm shooting now, it's always good to have options. Others may prefer this one. I also think it's better to err with too much information than not enough! Best regards. Wind
 

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Rechecking Lyman's site, I looked up the H & I dies to see whether they are now cataloging .380 or .381 dies and they aren't, just the same old .375, .377, .378, .379 sizing dies. Kind of leaves you scratching your head, doesn't it?
 

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I saw this on the Cast Boolits site. Thanks for posting here.

I checked Amazon, they have the mould as well as Midway.
 
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