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MP 357-125 HP PB 4 Cavity mold

MP 357-125 HP PB 4 Cavity mold

4.89 out of 5
(74 customer reviews)

118.03$

  • Cast .357 cal.  – 125 Hollow point or 130 grain solid
  • For use in 9 mm, too. Easily sizes down to .356 diameter.
  • Steel sprue plate
  • Hardened steel alignment pins
  • Allen keys included
  • RCBS/Lyman top punch included
  • Use LEE 6 cavity handle or MP mold handles (NOT included)
  • hollow point and blank pins

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Additional information

Brand

Caliber (As cast)

.357

Handles included?

No

Manufacturer

Material

Brass

Number of cavities

4 cavities

Pb-Bb-Gc-Hb

Plain base

Description

  • Cast .357 cal.  – 125 Hollow point or 130 grain solid
  • For use in 9 mm, too. Easily sizes down to .356 diameter.
  • Steel sprue plate
  • Hardened steel alignment pins
  • Allen keys included
  • RCBS/Lyman top punch included
  • Use LEE 6 cavity handle or MP mold handles (NOT included)
  • hollow point and blank pins

See our product pictures in gallery

74 reviews for MP 357-125 HP PB 4 Cavity mold

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4.9
Based on 74 reviews
1-5 of 74 reviews
  1. Perfect bullet mold made very well. This is my favorite bullet mold it cast beautiful Perfect bullets.

  2. This was exactly what i was looking for at an incredible price!

  3. nice stuff

  4. This was my first MP mold. It looks and feels like a quality product. It takes some used-to in comparison to Lee molds:
    1. Do not expect to heat up the mold by casting, it is not going to happen. Heat plate is needed.
    2. Alternate filling sequences – from back to forth and forth to back to avoid creation of “cold” areas.
    3. To release sticky bullets, hit the handler, not the mold
    4. Use copper wool to remove stubborn lead droplets from the brass surface
    5. Throughout the molding session, mallet hitting will cause pins’ screws to get loose, keep hex wrenches handy
    The only reason I gave 4 start is that pin and its connectors require fitting combination as some do not allow the pin to move freely under own weight. But this is a minor obstacle.
    Will buy more molds in the future.

  5. Love this mold

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