Making Cast Lead 7.62x39 Ammo (VIDEO)

With ammunition as scarce as it is of late, suddenly all those crazy people that long ago decided to roll their own — which doesn’t really save you a lot of money, but does let you shoot a lot more — seem a lot less loony.

Just the same, even reloading stuff is getting a bit harder to find, so it makes a lot of sense to take on the whole process from start to finish, including casting your own bullets.

mainejunker put together this excellent how-to for everyone looking into taking the loading plunge.

Here he lists all the supplies used to make this ammo in detail.

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