Publisher: Magma Engineering
Approximately 150 pagesDON'T LET THE TITLE of this book fool you, fellows. This is indeed the handbook for commercial bullet casters, but the make-'em-for -money people are not the only ones who need to keep it handy and consult it often. Any basement or garage bullet caster could tear out and throw away its chapters on the excellent machinery that the Magma Engineering Company makes, plus its chapters on doing business on a commercial producer of cast bullets, and he would still have a manual on bullet casting that's worth more than it costs.Every bullet caster alive needs to note that an awful lot of ancient folklore persists about the metals and means of casting bullets and that nearly all of it is most accurately described in crude and uncouth pasture terminology that isn't suited to the high quality of this little book. Just let me say boldly and plainly that this book is the word o ...