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F/S APROX. 500 LB of HIGH QUALITY BULLET LUB.

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Tracer, Mar 25, 2009.

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  1. Tracer

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    I inherited a custom bullet making plant and about 500 lbs of high quality bullet lube. It was used in the manufacture of bullets used for the sheriff and police departments on the west coast. Most of it is in 2" X 12" sticks. Some is in the 1" sticks that the smaller lubri-sizers use. There is also some of the supplys for making it. I also have the formula for combining them. I would think $1.00 per lb would be a good price. Call 503-999-4617 if you are interested or email me at nwresearch2003@yahoo.com.
     
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    that is what we need for the government bailout.Some good lube Ken
     
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    Is it hard lube where a heater is required to make it flow? Color?
     
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    The larger sticks probably would need heat to flow. I noticed some of the 1" sticks seemed quite a bit softer. I cut some 1' copper tubing into 4 inch pieces and melted some of the larger sticks down and poured them into the tubing and when it cooled they just droped out. It is kind of a maroon color with a leaning to purple. I remember when shooting several hundred bullets in my 44 mag. there was no residue in the barrel. Thanks, Del
     
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