NEI has a 180gr. LBT style bullet. Cant remember the mold number but I have one in a two cut mold. I am very fond of this bullet in the winchester .357 Trapper.
It shoots well in the .357 Max TC barrels also.
The Lyman 358665 FN Cowboy mould is pretty close to the LBT 160 FN and I have to look close to tell them apart when they're loaded. Mine weight 164 grains cast from wheelweight + 2% tin. The nose flat is about .020" smaller than Marshall's LBTs. Nose to crimp is the same but the Lyman is .035" longer due to the smaller nose and a large grease groove. Both are bevel base.
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