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Do-It Bank Sinker Mold

   

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16 oz.

Model:
1167 BK-1-16
  • $44.99

  • SKU: 1168713

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6 & 8 oz.

Model:
1103 BK-2-X
  • $44.99

  • SKU: 1168714

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8 Cavities

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1101 BK-8-A
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  • SKU: 684512

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4 Cavities

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1102 BK-4-L
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Do-It® Molds are the finest sinker molds available and make creating your own sinkers easy! This Do-It Bank Sinker Mold's ultra-hard, warp-resistant aluminum alloy construction with machined faces and precision aligned hinges ensures a perfect mold every time. Designed with color-coded wooden handles with hanger holes for storage. Bank Sinkers made from this mold are tapered for fewer snags and have hexagonal sides to resist rolling in currents.

Mold model 1101 features 8 cavities: 1/8 oz., 1/4 oz., 3/8 oz., 1/2 oz., 3/4 oz., 7/8 oz., 1 oz. and 1-1/2 oz.

Mold model 1102 features 4 cavities: 2 oz., 3 oz., 4 oz. and 5 oz.

Mold model 1103 features 2 cavities: 6 oz. and 8 oz.

Mold model 1167 features single cavity: 16 oz.

Do-It Bank Sinker Mold 4.6 5 11 11
GOOD MOLD Good mold, holds heat well. Would suggest two or three molds if doing a long casting session though. June 24, 2007
Good molds!! I own the 2, 3, 4, 5 oz. mold and I also have a no-roll mold from do-it and love them. My next mold's will also be do-it they are the only mold's I will ever buy I will get the other bank sinker mold and them a worm then a egg then a bigger no-roll mold. Overall I am very pleased with do-it molds. Go buy one if you make your own sinkers. They hold heat very well and have big spout holes to pour the lead into them. April 26, 2009
WORKS WELL THE MOLD WORKS FINE AND IS QUITE FUN TO USE ONCE YOU GET THE HANG OF IT. BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS THAT ARE INCLUDED WITH THE MOLDS. ALSO BE SURE YOU USE SOFT RATHER THAN HARD LEAD FOR BEST RESULTS. IF YOU USE ALOT OF SINKERS, THESE MOLDS ARE WELL WORTH THE MONEY! July 5, 2010
some design problems you have to heat up the mold for your weights to pour completely and with such short handles the mold gets extreemly hot to hold. when you purchase one of these i sugest you change the handles to longer style it will help save your hands and you can pure more weights March 3, 2013
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Yes but the easiest is a fish cooker and cast iron pot to melt lead if you plan on making a large number of weights. If you are just making a few you can get a smelting pot from bass pro that is electric but doesnt hold as much lead
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NO, You can get lead from auto shops but you have to rremeber that the lead used there is mixed with other metles. You just have to take your time and keep you lead nice and hot.
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youll only need to be accurate with your hand to put the lead into the mold!
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You will need a melting pot and gloves and some eye protection..and i reccomend a resperator...And on the melting pot if it is not a bottom pour you will need a laddle.and a propane torch to heat up your molds is a must...Dont put any ting that is cold in contact with lead!!!!!!!!!!
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