Do-It® Removable Split Shot Molds

   

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20 Cavities

Model:
RM-20-S4

20 Cavities

Model:
RM-1618

15 Cavities

Model:
RM-1438
Save money by making your own sinkers with a Do-It Sinker Mold. This Do-It Removable Split Shot Sinker Mold's ultra-hard, warp-resistant aluminum alloy construction with machined faces and precision aligned hinges ensures a perfect sinker mold every time. A color-coded wooden handle with hanger holes allows the mold to be easily stored. Use pure or soft lead to mold bendable Split Shot sinkers.

Model RM-20-S4 has twenty cavities: five 1/32 oz., 1/16 oz., 3/32 oz. and 1/8 oz.
Model RM-1618 has twenty cavities: eleven 1/16 oz. and nine 1/8 oz.
Model RM–1438 has fifteen cavities: eight 1/4 oz. and seven 3/8 oz.

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent If the split shot were more easily removed, and if this worked better before getting warmed, it would be perfect. June 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by sinker mold i have been able to save so much money by making my own sinkers . May 28, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Do-it split shot mold I tried to pour the 3/8 ounce and even after enlarging the gates, I got 2 weights from over 10 attempts. It appears the lead just does not flow to the bottom of the mold. June 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product These are hard to find where I live. What a relief to find them in your catalog. I fish year round and like to make my own tackle when I can. These work great and I will probably invest ina couple more styles at a future date. January 10, 2011
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Does the mold have that little split or do you need to cut it in any way. If you need to cut it, is it difficult to do?
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The "split" is molded right in. The only cutting involved is removing the spru. You can cut it or twist it off by hand.

Wear gloves, hold the spru (the cone shaped 'scrap' from the gate) w/a plier and twist it off. Or use a gate shear, like a wire cutter but cuts close leaving the sinker/jig nice and smooth.
Hint: if you can't find gate shears, Heavy duty toe nail clippers work great. Esp if the spru is on a curved surface.
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Sometimes there is excess where the lead is poured into the mold. Technically it wouldnt have to be removed but it is easily taken off with side cutters.
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The mold will have a little split so you will not have to cut a slit to make it a split shot weight.
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