- Bullet Casting
- Handgun Molds
- .427 to .430
RCBS MOULD 44-250-K 2-CAVITY (.430)
RCBS bullet molds are meticulously machine one at a time from iron blocks. High grade machine tool grade steel is used exclusively in machining molds to maintain precision tolerances. After machining, molds are heat blued. Hardened steel pins provide alignment of the block halves throughout the casting sessions. The sprue cutters are made of tough steel plate and are held flat and secure by an adjustable pressure washer. Mold handles sold separately.
RCBS #421 Top Punch Recommended, Sold Separately.
Melting and casting lead objects will expose you and others in the area to lead, which is known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.See instructions on Reducing Exposure supplied with product.
Read 2 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
RCBS .44-250-K mold Great Experience
By Brenton T.
on Oct 07, 2020
I have been loading the .44 Kieth style bullet for a while now. I have had an awesome experience with this steel mold vs aluminum ones. Out of my 8 3/8 model 29-3 it is by far the most accurate target bullet i have had the pleasure of shooting. Loaded just a hair under full house magnum loads, it consistantly produces 1" groups at 50 yds. I routinely plink at 100yds just for kicks. Thank you Elmer and RCBS for this time proven design. SHIPPING WAS FAST, MOLD DROPS CLEAN! No complaints whatsoever.
RCBS .44-250K is awesome!
By George K.
on Sep 06, 2019
Reading many posts on several forums, the "#1 Go-to" mould with nothing but kudos was this -- the RCBS .44-250. I received mine VERY quickly from Graf's, and did no more than wash it with some Dawn using an old toothbrush. The third drop was ~OK -- with #4, on, being perfectly filled bullets -- no wrinkles, frosting, or any other defects. (I use a RCBS Pro-melt; alloy is WW + a bit of tin) My only regret is my not having bought this as my "first" .44 Sp/Mag mould.
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