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Product Information

Lee mold blocks are made from aluminum because of the exceptional molding qualities. The mold cavities are lathe bored for unmatched roundness and size control. Lee Six Cavity Commercial Quality Molds are made for heavy-duty volume production. The mold and blocks have steel bushing and alignment pins for lasting precision. They include a cam operated sprue plate to eliminate the pounding common to ordinary molds. The sprue plate is hard anodized and held down with wave washers at each end. Handles not included.

Lee 6 cavity block produces a .356 diameter 125 grain Round nose bullet suitable for cartridges like 9mm Luger, 38 Super Auto, 380 Auto, etc. Bullet Mold lube and handles, sold separately.


Melting and casting lead objects will expose you and others in the area to lead, which is known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm. For more information go to - instructions on Reducing Exposure supplied with product.

Read 6 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

Lee bullet mold 356-125-2R 6 cavity

By Ben C. on Jan 30, 2023
Great quality mold. I made some handles, smoked it, and started making bullets. Make sure you keep your mold preheated to keep casting consistent.

Lee Six Cavity Mold 356-125-2R

By Roderick D. on Jul 28, 2020
Makes it easy to cast large amounts of bullets, Molds quality is very good.

Great shipping

By Brennan M. on Apr 07, 2020
good mold, have three now

Great product, great price

By Brennan M. on Apr 06, 2020
A fine mold for a good price.
Have ordered more.

Lee bullet mold 356-125-2R 6 cavity

By Norman L. on Nov 06, 2019
Very well made product and does great casting bullets. I'm very pleased with this Lee Mold.

Works just fine

By Bruce K. on Apr 12, 2019
These molds cool down quicker than the steel ones. So when the bullets start getting frosty I just set the mood aside for a minute or two then resume casting.
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