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    Andy Wiles Guest

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    Guys,
    do you know anyone who makes the actual moulds that sea leads are cast from.
    I need to try to get hold of a mould which does 5 oz ball leads,

    cheers

    andy

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    Kieran Hanrahan Guest

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    I make sea lead moulds (from the wee used battered lead clips that are used to balance tyres on cars, readily available for free at all tyre centres) but I can not find anyone who offers round moulds, much as I have tried to find them. The best I can offer you is a crew called Adjusti-Mould based somewhere in England - you might be able to trace them through the patent number: 1603829... FWIW...

    Kieran

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    Forrest Loy Guest

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    There is a company in the states that makes the molds that you are looking for--- their web site is: www.do-it molds.com hope this will help. Regards

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    Peter Murray Guest

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    There is a guy here who moulds leads for local shops, are you wanting pierced bullets or eyed. I can contact him for info, if it would help. I suspect he makes his own moulds, Peter.

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    Hi I make and sell top quality flying C lures, I have been selling them on e bay for the last five years I build 10, 15, 18, 21,28 gram lures . I only use top quality hooks VMC or Eagle Claw, The stainless shafts that i use are .039 high tensile. I also make them to customers specifications. Please feel free to look at my EBay feedback.

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    Hi I make and sell top quality flying C lures, I have been selling them on e bay for the last five years I build 10, 15, 18, 21,28 gram lures . I only use top quality hooks VMC or Eagle Claw, The stainless shafts that i use are .039 high tensile. I also make them to customers specifications. Please feel free to look at my EBay feedback. ralliart2503hm466@aol.com

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    You could make your own mould. It requires a 29.62mm radius spherical mould. Actually, you can buy a 60mmexpanded polystyrene ball from your local craft shop for a few pence.

    Embed it in plaster of paris, then cut through the block, at the median line. Discard the polystyrene.

    Use a countersink awl to drill a convenient filling funnel and score a recess, to take the wire loop, in the mould joint.

    Of course, you could always buy one from Veals or a similar tackle outlet..........

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    you can source weight moulds of various types and sizes on ebay

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    Another lead (as opposed to lead)

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    http://www.fishingweightmolds.com/pr...hp?product=220

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