9.3x72R

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Re: 9.3x72R

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If you feel like trying Lead bullets, I have several molds, plain base and gas checked. All of my molds are grooved for grease-type lubrication. My 9.3mm barrels are .366", so I ordered the molds to drop a .368" diameter bullet.

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Re: 9.3x72R

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That’s pretty big for this barrel, but the offer is very kind. Thanks.
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Re: 9.3x72R

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For cast bullets, you generally want to shoot them at cast diameter for the best accuracy, and I generally want cast rifle bullets to be .002" over groove diameter. I do have a .366" sizer die also, which I have not used in a long time.

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