Pedersoli Bullet Mold

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Pedersoli Bullet Mold

Post by Niederlander » Thu Mar 23, 2017 7:05 pm

Has anyone here used the Pedersoli Sharps mold in the .54 Shiloh chamber? If so, what were your results?

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Re: Pedersoli Bullet Mold

Post by helvitican » Wed Jun 21, 2017 7:45 am

Greetings Sir. New to the board.

I shoot the Confederate Sharps Carbine in the .54 and use the Pedersoli bullet shooting in the N-SSA competitions in the Southern region.
I use Nitrated paper and had the breech and spring works tweaked by Mr. Flees. The round does well. Heavy at 535 grains, but a nice
round and with the 4th ring being slightly smaller (so that it can fit the pricey brass cartridges that I thought I was going to use originally from Pedersoli) and then I can roll my tubes and use finger nail polish to hold the round in the tube.

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Re: Pedersoli Bullet Mold

Post by Jay Yuskaitis » Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:54 am

My '63 #3 sporter seems to like the Brooks "Hahn Style" .54 bullet along with the Rapine .54 bullet. I didn't have much luck with the Pedersoli bullet.
Jay Y.

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Re: Pedersoli Bullet Mold

Post by whoop-up country » Mon Jul 03, 2017 9:53 am

I am not a 1863 owner or shooter, but I just found this on ebay.
it is a ringtail bullet, so some of you might be interested in it. ... SwrhBZKiX9


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Re: Pedersoli Bullet Mold

Post by snapcap14 » Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:55 am

mine likes the brooks hahn mold. and it loves the moose Bagden stile mold.
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