SOLD Lead

Discussion in 'Reloading Equipment and Supplies' started by frakncylons, Sep 5, 2020.

  1. frakncylons

    frakncylons Negative, I am a meat popsicle. Supporting Member

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    I have hundreds of pounds (maybe thousands) of lead plates and I’m ready to sell some more. I’m not 100% on the alloy, but a previous purchaser commented that it was darn near close to pure lead.

    I’m going to hold firm at $1/lb for the moment. I am open to trades for guns, ammo, and reloading supplies. Maybe certain accessories or other stuff, try me. If no trades, then cash or PP/FF.

    Logistically, it would be best if you can pick up here as it is difficult for me to move on my own.

    I’ll get some pics up soon.
     
  2. frakncylons

    frakncylons Negative, I am a meat popsicle. Supporting Member

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    Withdrawn for the moment. I figure I may as well learn how to cast this winter.
     
  3. Tailhunter

    Tailhunter I am a Trapper Charter Member Supporting Member

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    It costs a lot to harden plain lead.

    unless your just shooting a bunch of black powder loads or making fishing jigs or sinkers.
     
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  4. JohnFreeman

    JohnFreeman The bane of my existence Benefactor Charter Life Member

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    Pewter from garage sales/Goodwill/craigslist is your alloying friend.
     
  5. Currituck Kid

    Currituck Kid Swamp Rat Supporting Member

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    Depending on your location I'd be interested in some lead. I compete in black powder