If this helps, I use ammoguide.com fairly often, and it has a search-by-powder option. I think this particular feature is for members only but anyone can look at load recipes.
Yup, these are the ones I usually find. Unfortunately, I don't load any of them. It looks similar to 2400 in range
Mind if I ask your source? I used to rely on wheel weights, which were often free, or plumbing and roofing lead. All are either gone or drying up fast
I used to get wheel weights off of our 18 wheel trucks. They were free for the taking. Now wheels are no longer balanced. That dried up a decade ago. The local tire shops will sell wheel weights, but it's a crapshoot what you get. More and more zinc in them now. A 5 gallon bucket brings $20. Sometimes half are zinc, it's cheaper to buy bullets.Mind if I ask your source? I used to rely on wheel weights, which were often free, or plumbing and roofing lead. All are either gone or drying up fast
I remember that! Enough lead to last you, me, greg and moonz for a lifetime! I really hated that guy for a while, then I started wondering how my little smelting operation could possibly ever melt all of that down. But I know I'd find a way or die trying!!Over on the castboolits site, someone scored a giant old sailboat keel or something, and was like "Okay, now what?"