Paco Kelly said he could get this to shoot in the 1/20 Winchester 32 WCF's. It shoots fine, but slow, in my Browning Model 53. I would not be afraid to shoot little whitetails with this with a load of H110.
Very Keith-like, whoever the maker might be. Accurate Molds' site would be the first place I would look, or maybe go to Mountain Molds' site and design one yourself on their software. (That was the route taken for the MMSFT spoken of above).
I spoke with the guy I hot it from on CB board.
It IS a Accurate. 31-137 I think he said. I was looking and will be ordering a Accurate 31-135. Its designed for the Single Seven and has a pretty wide meplat like I like.
Here is my 150 (311440) this 135g SWC (Accurate 31-137) and a Factory 115g GD Speer.
In the second pic, you can make out where the bullet stops on all three. Its lil harder to see on the Speer 115 but its there if you expand the pic.
They remind me of the 357 Max. pics from back in the 80's/90's you used to see in the magazines. If you can get 9-950 safely with a 150 and it shoots good groups you have a real trail gun there. I don't know what the muzzle blast is like, but 950 is going to be easier on the ears than the 1400fps stuff.
Can anyone comment on NOE's 312-151-RN-L5 (there copy of the Lyman 311440) mould? NOE's drawing seems to show a more round nose as opposed to the Lyman 311440 seemingly more flat pointed nose. Does anyone have this actual NOE mould ? Also does it cast to the listed diameter in your alloy? NOE has a couple of plain bases in stock but I'm thinking I want a flatter meplat. Dont want to make a hundred dollar mistake.