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Our molds are produced on a proprietary basis by LEE Precision and sold exclusively by Eras Gone Bullet Molds. Each mold comes complete with handles and are ready to start casting!
I will also allow shipments to the UK, EU. Total cost of a single mold shipped to these areas is $120. Multiple molds in one package will reduce the cost. Others countries may vary in cost especially Australia and New Zealand, Canadian orders are around $100 total.
I had to absorb several hundred dollars in lost packages early during COVID, hence my temporary suspension of overseas shipping last year. Things have improved now, but I cannot be responsible for lost packages after they leave the US port of debarkation. US Mail will be moving extremely slow during the holiday season!
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Eras Gone Bullet Molds
.54 Flees Ring-Tail Sharps - Available
.44 Dragoon - Available
.50 Smith Carbine - Available
.44 Kerr - Available
.54 Richmond Sharps - Available
.44 Johnston & Dow - Available
.36 Richmond Labs - Available, low stock
.36 Colt Cartridge Works - Available
.31 Baby Dragoon - Available, low stock
.678 Round Ball - Available
Eras Gone Bullet Molds was began for a simple reason. I wanted an authentic conical shaped bullet to shoot in my Civil War black powder revolvers. The only other option for the cap & ball shooter is round balls or modern conical designs.
Set up fees for custom molds are expensive. So, to get the single mold I required, I had to buy at least 30 from a prominent mold maker to make the project affordable. I figure I could keep one, give one to my buddy who did the mold design drawings and sell off the other twenty-eight. When I announced the idea on the Black Powder Revolver Enthusiast Facebook page, the response was overwhelming. Many folks were also looking for what I desired, and in many other original designs and calibers too. So, the idea of selling molds for 19th Century muzzle loading bullets was born. I chose the name of my history and archaeology blog, “Eras Gone” for a company name.