Made all of this!!! And I had 3 of them. 25 pound ingots of lead that my Dad gave me when I was home in Mississippi, and about 20 pounds of old fishing weights... Here are the other pics... I had my pot a little on the hot side so I got some discoloration in the ingots, but I just re-melted them and they all turned out just fine... The end result!!!!!!!! That's 27 1/2 molds that are 3 pounds total, 2 one pound ingots and 2 half pound ingots.... doing the math that is a total of 82.5 pounds of lead ingots that I got for free. So, that's 577,500 grains of lead that will make a total of 4,657 9mm 124 grain bullets or 2,510 .45ACP 230 grain bullets. The only thing that really sucked like hell is that I had to chop that lead ingot up with an axe and a 5 pound sledge hammer. I ended up tearing up not only my axe, but my hatchet and 3 hammer handles on 3 different 5 pound hammers, the axe handle, the hatchet handle just about anything else I could mess up. It would usually take 30 swings on the hammer to get the axe to cut through one of those ingots and I had to make about 5 cuts to get it down to size so that the melting pot would handle it. Talk about tired arms. This project to get these 3 25 pound ingots melted into something useable has taken me 3 days to accomplish. Regardless, I think it's a good start eh?