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  1. No i dont flux it with anything bismuth is quite a clean metal you dont get the oxidation and dross you get when melting lead. here is a link to the type of solder i have used. https://www.somersetsolders.com/solid-core-solder-wire-lead-free-500g-p512?gclid=CjwKCAjwjJmIBhA4EiwAQdCbxsO8Z3SC6DVWWM_hv4sfY0HfUExB_foYJDbClM7GUcGMwahWucZRmBoC_1oQAvD_BwE
  2. New post with edited video, i had to cut a chunk of black screen out of the middle of it🙄
  3. sounds like a good idea, i did'nt even know they existed
  4. I have been busy working on adaptors for the Lee Loadall that will allow you to load other bore sizes with your machine. Here is a set that will allow you to de-prime and reprime 8 bore cases.
  5. From ebay here is a link to a place that sells it, the price goes up and down at the moment it is quite high, i have had it for as little as £17 per kilo. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/303968878148?hash=item46c5f4fe44:g:Sg0AAOSwlLdcgiko
  6. Yes i add 6% Tin (lead free solder) and it pours fine, its like making soup, in fact its easier than making soup. I have tried using fabric softener as the coolant but i found that just plain water works fine, i am going to pattern one of the cartridges loaded with and compare it with a shop bought lead cartridge of the same size and see if there is any major difference.
  7. Here is a video of some Bismuth shot roughly no6 size it is made with the most basic of materials mainly stuff i have found lying around the house, its pretty simple to make.
  8. Here is a couple of tools i have made for depriming and repriming 8bore cases with a lee loadall. It quite easy to do it uses the powder/shot tube as the ram for doing the work.
  9. one of these i have used them on dogs and humans they do the job. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Excel-Repel-Remover-Removal-instruction/dp/B089FJZG36/ref=asc_df_B089FJZG36/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=528113456069&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15182401291119150233&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007336&hvtargid=pla-1362587153889&psc=1
  10. Amazing work i also thought it was a photo and a good memory of your Dad
  11. Why dont you use some of the grey pipe lagging foam, some of that stuck to the back of the cabinet will hold your guns if you put 6" sections on vertically the split sections will hold the barrels securely
  12. They probably put for geese in the ad because the gun has "Marlin Goose Gun" marked on it.
  13. I have made a shot counting tray that holds up to 110 bits of shot from "T" size down to "B" the shout count is adjustable from 95 to 110 by using the stoppers provided, it makes loading large steel shot much easier than counting or weighing them out.
  14. I have made a shot counting tray that holds up to 110 bits of shot from "T" size down to "B" the shout count is adjustable from 95 to 110 by using the stoppers provided, it makes loading large steel shot much easier than counting or weighing them out. The cost of the tray is £10 posted in the UK.
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