Hi there. Was hoping there'd be more replies by now, just for comparison's sake. Ran out into the garage tonite and mic'd 0.30" on the nose, 0.309" on the bands - but these were linotype. Ymmv, but I've gotten some very nice groups with this bullet.Forty Four said:Anyone have a nose diameter for Lee C309-200-R in say, a #2-like alloy?
I work out of town, have more access to computers than micrometers. I've only had this mold about a year but I'd been thinking a flat point would be useful.Forty Four said:cukrus,
Yeah, I was hoping for many more replies as well... what took you so long?
Anyway, that's good and unexpected news because someone had given me some C309150s that were too fat in WW metal (about .3015" to .302" on the nose) to enter the muzzle of my M94. How long have you had your C309200 mould?
I was thinking about trying C309200 in my 30-30 and if it works, request a quote from Lee on a 6-cavity version with a .180" meplat.