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Lee 577 snider 3 Die set
Lee 577 Large Series 1 1/4x12 thread 2-die set for 577/450 Snider. Includes Full Length Sizing Die, Bullet Seating Die, Factory Crimp Die, shell holder.. £120.00
These are made from reformed Magtec 24 Gauge shotgun shells, I shoot these myself without any problems. £4.50 each
Special offer A box of 25 is £117.00 Including the £14.00 P/P insured postage (Zone 1 only, discount of £5.00 on Zone 2).
An annealing cup suitable for annealing Martini Henry and Snider cases that have been reformed from Magtec 24 Gauge shotgun shells. If you want one for Bertram cases which have a slightly larger base let me know and i can enlarge to fit.
This annealing cup is used in conjunction with a butane blowlamp and a cordless electric drill. The cup is put in the cordless drill and the case is put in side the cup, the case is then rotated and the blowlamp flame is applied to the neck of the case. As soon as any colour change is noticed the flame is removed, the case is tipped out and allowed to cool. this is repeated for each case. Do not allow the case to become red hot as it will ruin the case. Martini Henry Case not included See under Martini Henry
X-Ring Services Bullet Moulds (Single Cavity – Aluminum Blocks)
X-Ring Services Colin Clark Bumble Bee style Snider mould
Colin Clark Bumble Bee style mould designed for the 577 Snider.
This is a single cavity mould produces a .577 Snider grease groove .600” diameter 440gn SWC-style bullet.
(Needs a set of mould Handles)
X-Ring Services Round Nose Flat Base Snider mould
This mould is designed for the 577 Snider and looks more like the original bullet when loaded.
It is a single cavity mould and produces a .577 Snider grease groove .600” diameter 530gn RN bullet
£ 116.00 Back in stock
(Needs a set of mould Handles)
Suitable for storing Snider Ammunition. These cases will store 25 rounds of loaded Snider ammunition in the bullet up position. £6.00
These reloading trays hold 50 rounds of Martini Henry or Snider cases. See under Martini Henry
577 Wad stack pusher with depth stop
When putting the wad stack (Fibre wad x 3 plus a lube wad) in the case neck it is important to keep the stack inside the case neck, this small tool allows you to set the depth you push the stack into the neck. This is particularly important if you are finger seating your bullets or using extremely light neck tension.
Fully adjustable from 10mm to well past the end of the neck See under Black powder
Just set the tool to push the stack to the depth you want the bullet to go in the case, check to see the whole of the stack is still within the neck of the case and you can be sure each stack will be in the same place. This tool will also allow inspection of the top of the stack to ensure you have no lube leakage that could result in the top wads sticking to the back of the bullet.
Paper for Paper patching
90 GSM Paper, This A4 size paper is all cotton and suitable for paper patching bullets to shoot from the Martini Henry or Snider, I use this in fire formed cases as new cases are to tight to get the bullets in. 4 thou thick. Two wraps will increase the diameter of the paper patch bullet about 12 thou, depending on method of wrapping. A .457 bullet becomes .469 approximately. Each sheet makes patches for 28 bullets. See under Martini Henry
9 Pound Onion Skin Paper for Paper Patch Bullets. This paper patch bullet paper is imported from America and measures 8 1/2"x11" .002" thick. Two wraps will increase the diameter of the paper patch bullet about 6 Thou depending on method of wrapping. A 457 bullet becomes .463 approximately. Each sheet makes patches for 26 bullets. See under Martini Henry
Lee Commercial Mould Handles
Lee Commercial Mould Handles fits Lee 6-Cavity Moulds, also most other brands of single and double cavity mould. See under Martini Henry
Large Pistol/Large Rifle Magnum primers.
See under reloading.
See under Black Powder
Hogdon Triple 7
See under Reloading.
OX Yoke Wonder Lube 1000
This is a black powder bullet lubricant/fouling softener which can also be used to lubricate patches. Made of natural products, protects against corrosion. Allows consecutive shots without cleaning. Has a natural scent that does not alert game. Made in the USA. This is a paste with the consistency of butter. 12 ounce pot See under Black powder
OX Yoke Liquid Wonder Lube 8oz bottle
This is a black powder bullet lubricant/fouling softener which can also be used to lubricate patches and wads. Made of natural products, protects against corrosion. Allows consecutive shots without cleaning. Has a natural scent that does not alert game. Made in the USA. This is a liquid version of the above See under Black Powder
Kapok fibre is light weight: the hollow core makes kapok very light. It is extremely waterproof and resists clumping, it bouncing back to the original shape. Kapok is also environmentally friendly and is a natural biodegradable fibre. Due to its wispy nature fibre are flammable and most will burn up during the combustion process. This makes it ideal for filling the space over black powder in Martini Henry or Snider rounds.
Kapok should be fluffed up and and the minimum amount should placed over the black powder to hold it in place, this will be 2 or 3 grains. 50 grams (approx) (770 Grains) 100 grams (approx) (1540)
Tin of beans next to the 50 gram bag for a size reference only.
See under Martini Henry
Puff-Lon is a lubricating ballistic filler that eliminates the air space inside an ammunition cartridge and smoothes the barrel with its all-natural dry lubricants. Puff-Lon has been in development for over 9 years and in the consumer market since January 2002. During all these years reports have been positive with no unpredicted mishaps. One container is the equivalent of 22,700 grains (by volume) of powder. For information there are 7000 grains to the pound. See under Martini Henry
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