gjohnnygun (el 02/05/11 a las 6:04 am)
yes I was kinda cringing expecting to see him jab himself with the drill
bit when the drill slipped!!!!
xizeroone (el 09/12/12 a las 9:55 am)
you can also use toothpaste to good effect
bustin7878 (el 07/10/12 a las 10:23 pm)
Thank you for this video. To all you Birth to Grave Nanny Staters! Grown
people may do a project without you clutching your throats and feinting,
dropping to the floor, or making asinine observations. Why did not one of
you suggest he wear a helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, face mask, have a
first aid kit on the table, the phone Pre- dialed to 91 that way he would
only have to push One to get help. You may be interested, not every one
wants to hear you opinion. So try a little hush form no on.
Shooting Blanks (el 02/09/10 a las 7:58 pm)
Gloves would have been worm by a wise person attempting to drill like that
fusil56300 (el 06/02/10 a las 11:02 am)
Bonjour, just getting started in casting and will be 'lee-menting' my molds
soon. Thanks for the vid.
bgallaher77 (el 07/02/10 a las 5:05 pm)
@fusil56300 Good luck with your polishing. I couldn't tell if my attempt
here worked or not. I am going to try Kroil in the mold cavity so see if I
can get the bullets to drop easier at lower temperatures. And, I am going
to try and get the mold to hotter temperatures faster because the mold
drops bullets easier when hot.
romansten9 (el 08/03/11 a las 6:45 pm)
Thanks for the vid. I don't know if I will ever try this, because the
bullet cavities are precisely made and my bullets drop very nicely after
smoking my mold. If I would try this, I would say a VERY important step in
this process would be to drill the hole in the EXACT center of the bullet &
perfectly straight. I'm guessing some kind of drill press with the bullet
held straight would be best. Then the same thing when polishing: mount the
mold under a good drill press for precise control.