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Lee Precision 9-mm 6 Cavity Mold (Silver)

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  • Produces a .356 diameter 124 grain round nose bullet
  • The six cavities allow for a larger volume to be produced
  • Durable design made to last
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Product Description

The Lee Precision 6 Cavity Bullet Mold 9mm blocks are machined from commercial quality aluminum and feature steel bushing and alignment pins. It is machined from aluminum blocks making them rust resistant. Aluminum molds heat up and cool down faster than iron or steel molds so good bullets can usually be produced after only a few casts. In addition, they are one-third the weight of iron or steel mold blocks for less fatigue during extended casting sessions. To ensure the best possible bullets, mold block halves are clamped together and then lathe-bored for unmatched roundness and size control. It comes with a cam operated, hard-anodized sprue plate which is held tightly with tempered spring washers at each end.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 13.4 x 1.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B003RQPV6C
  • Item model number: 90465
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,009 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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NICK H.
I have the 230Gr .45ACP 6 banger, 157Gr .357 6 banger and now this 124Gr 9mm 6 banger and they all work great.
Paul D Farber
This aluminum mold works perfect for my casting needs..
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Zach Stambaugh on March 28, 2013
I own this, and have used other 6 cavity lee molds. They work well, although there are sometimes flaws in the mold which can result in bullets not releasing cleanly.

This particular mold drops at .358 which is actually better for most 9mm guns than .356 as lead bullets should be generally .002" over the slugged bore size for best accuracy and prevention of leading. This means that I get perfect bullets the perfect size made very fast as cast without any additional sizing steps. They load easily and shoot well. I have read many bad reviews for this bullet design on various forums, but I followed the steps suggested and have experienced no problems with leading or over crimping compressing the bullet.

I have been able to make approximately 500 bullets an hour with each of the 6 cavity molds I have used casting with 50/50 lead Wheel Weight and water dropping.

Using Recluse's 45/45/10 Tumble lube with these is fast and does not smoke. You can purchase this lube very cheaply from white lable lube, as well as the standard pure Alox. 45/45/10 is faster, less messy and dries such that the bullets are not tacky.

If you have this problem, do a search for "LeeMenting" on the castboolits forum for a good solution.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Archimark1 on July 6, 2013
I have been casting bullets for a few weeks with a couple different calibers of Lee Precision molds, I really enjoy the 6-cavity molds, as once you get working and in a grove casting, you can easily crank out a couple hundred perfect bullets in a very reasonable amount of time.

First clean the aluminum casting surfaces with some alcohol, get rid of all the oils on the mold, then buy a can of "Frankford Arsenal Drop Out" mold release spray, spray all of the working surfaces of the mold till they are fully coated then let the mold release dry. Once dry, heat the mold up to a working temp (I let it sit on top of my lead melting pot) and start casting!

A lot of folks can get perfect bullets from the first cast, I usually get 4/6 perfect ones on the first cast, and as the mold heats up from casting, I get better and better casts. I usually put a rag over an old cookie sheet, get a small chunk of dense wood, and after I cast, tap the bullets out of the mold onto the rag (and help any stragglers out with a tap from the wood chunk,) once you get in a rhythm you can really roll with these molds.

If you are on a 6-week waiting list for the mold handles, you can easily find a pair of long shank, slim blade screwdrivers at your local thrift store, and use a mallet to tap them in (gently, it doesn't take a lot)under the handle set-screws to make a very functional set of Oakie-handles until your official handles come in the mail (or you decide to save yourself $30 and buy another pair of $1 screwdrivers at the flea market...)

Anyway, I highly recommend this product!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H.T.B. on February 20, 2014
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I'm new to casting bullets, and bought this mold to get started on the 9mm. The product works great. We had one issue with a part (the sprue lever broke). I contacted their customer service, and within four hours they had reviewed our case and approved a replacement. The part shipped the next day. I've had good luck with Lee products, but sometimes things break. When they do, you want customer service like this. I'd recommend this product to others.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul D Farber on April 25, 2014
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I have the 230Gr .45ACP 6 banger, 157Gr .357 6 banger and now this 124Gr 9mm 6 banger and they all work great.

Smoke the mold, heat it up, pour lead. Can't bet any easier. Cased nice round bullets and when weighed were 124Gr +/- 2gr out of 50 bullets.

If I need to cast for another caliber I will DEFINITELY stick with Lee aluminum molds.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Blanco on March 6, 2014
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This is the profile that matches the modern nose angle on the 9mm. This should feed without issues in all 9mm firearms.
If you were only have 1 mould to produce you projectiles in 9mm this would be the one to get.
Lee made it easy to produce 6 at a time cutting the time you spend molding.
As with any mold there is a procedure to follow. Clean the mold well before using. make sure the halves mate cleanly and insure that everything moves freely. Preheat the mold and make several cold mold dumps. then start producing.
It is a bit involved but be patient pay attention and work quickly to make good projectiles.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Harold Waters on August 20, 2013
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This is a very nice mould, it makes a lot of bullets. You have to learn the feel of using it and know when it gets warmed up and in the groove. Once you have it nice and warm it puts out lots of beautiful bullets. I have cast 45 pounds of bullets with it so far and look forward to many hundreds of pounds in the future. It would be more convenient to use it with a bottom pour pot but if you have a big gravy ladle like I do you can pour them with it as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Davis on October 9, 2013
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I have used both single and double casting molds and this one was three times faster. Simple math! The aluminum mold heated up to molding temperature and remained there for the 500 bullets were cast. The first 2 batches were not hot enough but the rest cast good. I had some trouble using the cutting bar. I had to make stepped block to advance the sprue cutter to operate and free the cast bullets.
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