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I made these bullets using a hand-held bullet mold I got from eBay. If I had a rifle to go with them, I could start a revolution! The mold is made of aluminum, and I found that if it got too hot, the bullets came out looking dull, while if it was relatively cold, they came out shiny like these. Since pouring molten lead into the mold heated it up, there was a limited rate at which I could make nice shiny bullets. I guess my revolution would either have to be a low-intensity one, or use low-style bullets.
Source: Theodore Gray
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 2 October, 2003