what you cooking
Posted 02 May 2006 - 06:59 AM
That's probably what I have left. I've used hundreds of them and just a year or so ago we made hundreds of salmon jigs to try and use some up. If I ever move again my wife says we're leaving them for the new owner. The problem was the Linotype was free to me years ago and I had a huge cast iron pot that could hold about a hundred pounds of lead at a time to melt. So the original process of turning 50 pound ingots into one pound plus bars went pretty quickly. I have eight Lyman five cavity ingot moulds so it was a non-stop process. The new Lyman moulds only cast four bars at a time but have a handle which would have been nice. Plus I still have a bunch of the big Linotype ingots I never melted.
John, how many of those 2000 have you used?
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