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Lee Lead Production Pot - 10-lb. Capacity

   

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10 lb. Capacity

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  • $74.99

  • SKU: 273418

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Bottom pouring furnace holds 10 lbs. of lead. 4" clearance accepts sinker and jig molds as well as bullet molds. 500 watts, 110 volt AC adjustable control.

Lee Lead Production Pot - 10-lb. Capacity 4.9 5 15 15
very good I was doing my jig with a burner, it's very easier now and fast. the lead melt at a good temperature. July 15, 2011
Not Bad I've used it once so I'm still a rookie... I got some really nice soft lead, got what slag there was out and went to work. I was pouring round head jigs. After I got the mold warmed up the first dozen pours were perfect. After that the spout started clogging quite often resulting in bad pours and wasted led attached to hooks which can't (to my knowledge) be separated. I wouldn't say it's a bad product at all but there's a lot of trouble shooting to do if you're a newbie like myself. I suggest watchin online tutorial videos and getting set up with the proper equipment needed (bring a paperclip!) before using these led melting pots. May 18, 2011
Gets the job done If you want to make your own sinkers, this pot works well with the Do-It molds. Besides being fun to do, you can make your own sinkers for a fraction of the cost of buying them. Also, if you have some sinkers laying around that you have no intention of using, throw them in the pot and recycle the lead into sinkers you WILL use. Nice product. September 6, 2011
Family Fun Like so many others i wanted to pass time in the winter but its turned out much better. I am making so many jigheads and spinnerbaits/buzzbaits that my daughter has even gotten into powder painting lures & making skirts. This is a great product very simple to operate and everybody wins when we get the kids into fishing with us. February 25, 2009
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I've experimented with tin jigs recently and was wondering if this product will allow for tin to be molted also. Tin has a lower melting property so I assume that it will work, but I was wondering if the instructions or someone has used it for tin.
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this draws the melted metal from the bottom. If there is any lead in the pot, it will sink to the bottom. If there is no lead present, I don't know why it wouldn't work for tin. Perhaps Lee could answer this.
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Per Do-It Molds they state you can use tin. See http://www.do-itmolds.com/how-to-videos
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