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Fresh batch of .585 Hubel Express or HE cases straight from Bertram Brass. Damn they look sooo nice!!
I think there’s about 5000 or so. The .585 HE was designed to be used in a shotgun type action and produce enough power for the largest game on Earth. It works in guns like the H&R SB2 shotgun action, the Savage 210 bolt action shotgun, the TC Encore and many more. It’s a relatively low pressure round.
Barrel stubbing allows you to chamber the H&R SB2 to just about any caliber that is safe. Here is the .585 HE barrel on the SB2 Handi Rifle/Shotgun
Sagebrush Bullet Molds are American Made and high quality. Sagebrush bullet molds are made from continuous cast gray iron similar to ASTM A48 class 40. It’s very uniform and dense which makes it perfect for bullet casting. This continuous casting process insures a fine grained microstructure. Molten metal is pushed through a die instead of being cast in the traditional pour and cool method. Sagebrush blocks are larger than most such as RCBS or Lee which allows a longer bullet without the nose being too close to the edge of the block. Heat distribution is improved with the larger blocks.
The bullet molds are precision cut on modern CNC machines.
Sagebrush sprue plates are very thick at 0.250″. This allows more material to be forced into the mold.
Block alignment pins are nitride hardened taper lock to provide perfect alignment and wear resistance.
These large block accommodate long bullets without any heat distribution issues.
These are high quality Iron bullet molds. Notice the venting cut into the block to improve lead fill out.
Need 4 bore cases for your rifle? I don’t think Cabelas has any.
These are real beauties and big too. These 4 bore cases are manufactured on CNC machines to exacting specifications. Heritage Arms, Inc can make them to match your exact rifle chamber too. These are made from solid bar stock. This is the best you can get. These cases will last forever. Need 4 bore, 8 bore, 12 bore or .600 Nitro Express brass? Contact them.
Heritage Arms, Inc is an American company making quality products that they can be proud of.
If you like big bores than take a look at these beauties.
This is a Steve Brooks mould. It’s a 20 gauge or .616 diameter cast bullet for the 20 gauge from hell or regular slug in a 20 gauge plastic shotshell. Steve Brooks makes fantastic bullet moulds…most likely the best.
That’s a 956 grain slug. Nice!!! You could possibly shoot these in the .600 Nitro Express.
12 Gauge from Hell 1085 grain copper solid…its a big chunk of copper!! The 12 Gauge From Hell is a wildcat/modified 12 gauge shotshell featuring a brass case instead of plastic and lengthened to 3.5″. The ballistics are quite impressive while maintaining low pressures.
The .729″ 12 gauge solid copper bullet next to a .375 soft point. The .729 solid weighs 1085 grains.