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Lee Precision 0.681" Single Cavity Slug Mold - 90281
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Lee Precision 0.681" Single Cavity Slug Mold - 90281

SKU 794101
Model Number 90281
Brand Lee Precision, Inc.
UPC 734307902810
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Product Details


  • Type: Single Cavity
  • Size: 0.681"
  • Caliber/Gauge: 12 Ga
  • Material: Aluminum
  • For Use With: Shotguns
  • Includes: Sprue Plate, Handles and Instruction with Suggested Load
  • Dimensions: 0.64" L
  • Bullet Weight: 1 oz


Load slugs for less than standard trap loads. The Lee Drive Key slug is loaded in standard trap hull with standard wad and conventional folded crimp. Slug loads are produced with any standard shot shell reloading press. Lee Slug Mold features the exclusive drive key. The drive key positively rotates the slug in rifled shotgun barrels and doubles as a support rib allowing use of a standard trap wad - no need for a support wad or base filler. Sabot wad design outperforms rifled slugs in rifled slug barrels. Velocity and accuracy meet and exceed expensive factory loaded rifled slugs. Molds feature self centering automatic core pins for maximum speed and convenience. Mold is complete with sprue plate, handles and complete instructions with suggested loads.


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