Q: What material is the Ball Mould made from?
A: Brass used is CZ 121 which is noted for its clean cutting and hardness.
Q: What size can I order?
A: We can make any size Ball Mould you require.
Q: Do you make multi cavity moulds?
A: Not at present.
Q: Are handles included with the Ball Mould?
A: No, but our Moulds are designed to fit regular handles. We can supply LEE 90005 Mould Handles which are very good value.
Q: How does the old bore size system work?
A: Below is the old system for calculating bore sizes. It works on balls to the pound. i.e. a 16 bore would use a ball which weighed 1oz.
|No. of Gauge||Dia. of Bore in Inches||No. of Gauge||Dia. of Bore in Inches||No. of Gauge||Dia. of Bore in Inches|
Q: Why do you need a sample ball or slug of my gun barrel?
A: We need a sample ball or slug of your bore if it is for a Belted Ball Mould. Please click here to see why (PDF)
Q: What Material is the Cannon Ball Mould made from?
A: Moulds from 1.100" up to 2.000" are made from CZ 121 Brass which is noted for its clean cutting and hardness. Moulds from 2.001" are made from Aircraft grade duralumin which is noted for its ability to take a high finish and is unaffected by molten lead.
Q: What about handles for the Cannon Ball Moulds?
A: We don't supply handles for either type of cannon mould, but you can find a picture of how to make them here:
- Cannon Moulds Handles (PDF)
- Hollow Cannon Ball Moulds (PDF)
Q: What material are the Patches made from?
A: The Patches are made from quality dry cotton.
Q: What size Patch should I use for the Round ball?
A: Please see the table below for a guide:
|Bore||Dia. of Patch in Inches|
|0.360"||0.750" or 0.875"|
|0.500"||1.125 or 1.250"|
|0.690"||1.625 or 1.750"|
Q: What are GBP?
A: Great Britain Pounds.
Q: I don't have a PayPal account
A: PayPal is very easy to set up. Please follow this link: PAYPAL
Q: Can I send you a cheque instead?
A: Cheques are accepted, but only if the payment is in GB pounds.
Q: Do you make Bullet Moulds?
A: No. We only make Round Ball Moulds, but we know a man who can. Please Contact Us.
Q: Nice photos. Who took them?
A: Yeah, they're great! Perry Andrews took the pictures. Here is his website: www.pelnet.co.uk