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MP 452-200 SWC PB (HG#68) 4 cavity mold

MP 452-200 SWC PB (HG#68) 4 cavity mold

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)
SKU: 10150 Categories: ,

93.42$

  • Cast .453 cal. bullets – 200 grain solid
  • 4 cavity brass
  • Clone of famous HG#68 mold

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Additional information

Caliber (As cast)

.452

Handles included?

No

Material

Brass

Number of cavities

4 cavities

Pb-Bb-Gc-Hb

Plain base

Description

  • Cast .453 cal. bullets – 200 grain solid
  • 4 cavity brass
  • Clone of famous HG#68 mold
  • 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)
  • Sample of sprue lube included (15ml)

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2 reviews for MP 452-200 SWC PB (HG#68) 4 cavity mold

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jouni (verified owner)

    Mold works like a dream.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael S. (verified owner)

    I’ve shot many other casters H&G #68 bullets in my 1911 .45 ACPs for decades. It’s usually the most accurate bullet to use in a 1911 style pistol. This is a standard load used by competition bullseye shooters for many decades. The workmanship and quality of materials is excellent on this mold. I like the brass construction over many other cheaper brands aluminum as well. Buy with confidence.

    That load is as followed:

    Mixed .45 ACP brass cases trimmed to 0.888″

    H&G #68 200 grain LSWC sized 0.452″ I use range recovery lead from backstops and bullet traps. You don’t need super hard bullets for this mold and load to work. Anything from 8-12 BHN is more than plenty hard enough. You see many commercial casters doing 16..18..20 BHN. That’s way too hard and one of the reasons I started casting my own. It’s done primarily for shipping purposes rather than performance. Less returns and damage in shipment are solely the reason regardless what they tell you.

    COL 1.250″

    0.469″ Taper crimp

    4.8 – 5.0 grains Alliant Bullseye powder

    Winchester WLP large pistol primer seated 0.002 below flush
    Case gauged and pass “plunk test”

    This load will shoot 1″ or better at 25 yards all day long given the pistol and shooter are capable.

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