Safety The melting point of lead is very low. It melts at 327,5 Celsius, and starts to evaporate strongly at 500 Celsius. The gases create lead-oxids with the air. Lead can enter your body if you inhale the gases or the dust of the lead oxids or through the digestive system. Small amount can also enter your body through your skin, but this is only an evanescent quanitity. So I strongly recommend you to keep these simple rules: Always wear eye protection, a shirt with long sleeves, and...
Search in blog
Tag: "Bullet casting"
Bullet casting in easy steps419 Views
reenacting turkey kinetic energy reloading rifle musket 1874 sharps 1878 sharps tiro ad avancarica springfield handgonne percussion rifle measuring charges shooting hunting muzzleloading shotgun sharps blackpowder ifg usa bpcr american civil war gibbs shotgun eu benchrest pedersoli remington face charles moore mauser volunteer rifle lever action rifle charleville muzzleloading new items safety lightning flintlock .410 shotgun missouri river hawken caplock waadtlander percussion pistol living history flintlock shotgun jager rifle percussion shogun 1857 württemberischen firearms ban napoleonic wars 1854 lorenz rifle bullet casting debra sieloff 1777 musket cleaning matchlock pedersoli muzzle loading lorenz rifle springfield trapdoor civil war 1886 mortimer
Project New Barrel for an Old Waadtländer - post from a customer3548 viewsWe are always happy when we receive feedback from our customers. This helps us improve, and in perfecting our...Read more
Hole in hole accuracy of the new Pedersoli 1854 Lorenz rifle987 viewsDear All, We always pay attention to each and every minor details of a historical arm when we start reproducing a...Read more
1000 yard shooting with the Pedersoli 1874 Sharps riflePosted in: Cartridge guns0 viewsLong range shooting is pure art and hitting the metal gong at 1000 yards with an iron sight breech loading rifle from...Read more