Many shooters are intimidated by the thought
of getting into casting their own lead bullets. Compared to
buying jacketed bullets, or even compared to the cost of buying
and paying shipping on commercially cast lead bullets, a shooter
can save a lot of money by casting his own lead bullets. Well,
that is not entirely true. What I have found is that the cost
per bullet is much less, but most shooters just end up shooting
a lot more when they cast their own.
Anyway, shooters who are new to bullet
casting have lots of questions about the raw materials,
furnaces, molds, sizers, and techniques. Ammosmith.com, working
with Wolfe Publishing Company, has introduced a couple of really
good videos on DVD format that gives the potential bullet caster
all the information that he needs, and it is presented in a
clear, easy-to-understand way.
The first video, Bullet Casting 101,
covers all the basics. Another video, Casting Premium Bullets
for Handguns takes the bullet caster to a level beyond what
is covered in the 101 DVD.
These instructional DVDs are a valuable
resource to anyone contemplating getting into bullet casting, or
even for the experienced bullet caster. Ammosmith.com is
providing a needed service to the shooting world by offering
these DVDs, and they are available at a very affordable price.
At the time of this writing, they are only $20 each, available