Reclaimed Lead Shot - (2-25) Bags 50 Pounds
- in stock
- 50.00 LBS
- Calculated at Checkout
This is 2 - 25 pound bags 50 pounds total of Air Cleaned Reclaimed Lead Shot. You can upgrade to washed and re-graphited shot that some people have used for reloading. It is also great for making scuba weights, for use as ballast weight or a cheap lead source for other projects. Please be aware that this shot may still have a small amount of foreign objects, i.e. pebbles or dirt in it. The bag of shot will contain a mix of all sizes - mainly around 7.5 and 8.
Our Reclaimed Lead Shot averages about 5% Antimony Lead and is approximately 425 lbs per cubic foot or .24 lbs per cubic inch for the Washed and Graphite and approximately pounds per cubic foot: 350 - 380 pounds for the Air Cleaned.
Each bag measures approximately 10" x 5" x 2"
Pounds per cubic inch: +/- .20-.22 pounds
Bag weight will be + / - 1 pound so the weight range will be 24 to 26 pounds per bag
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Very fair price, clean for reclaimed product, amazing fast shipping, terrific deal.
Great product was as seller stated in his listing very fast shipping thank you again for the product
Product was as described and arrived in a timely manner.
Just what I was looking for @ a great price. Fast delivery.
This was a competitive price on lead shot and the shipping cost was very reasonable. I used the lead shot to fill some loudspeaker stands.
Great product and cheap . I cast bullets and this lead just fills up my casting pot with ease. I bought a hundred pounds. that should last me a while. I have already recommended this to a friend.
Always a good deal on a fine, reclaimed product. Add wash and graphite and it is as new. Fast free shipping with reasonable purchase requirement. We have used this in our business for six years with not one problem with product or service.
My order was shipped fast and the bags of lead shot were as described.
Quick delivery; economically priced; great for making lead ballast