That is an LBT mould, and he's asking in the "Ask Veral Smith of LBT Q&A" forum, so he *is* asking the maker... Unfortunately, I haven't seen anything from Veral in a really long time so I don't know if he will get a response or not.Try asking the maker , I don"t use them but NOE/Accurate are some I use and every thing sold is in their catalog . Easy to do /Ed
I want to first thank you all for your information, before I forget. I figured Mr. Smith would know, or have a record, of what this mold is (was?) for. I seem to remember reading something here before that he hadn't been heard from for awhile. I hope he is happy whatever he is doing. Through the magic of "Google" I found a few possibilities including that .408 CheyTac. I looked for a barrel with a .406" diameter, since the mold would drop a .408" bullet, and cast bullets are generally .001"-002" bigger than their jacketed counterparts. So I found .40-65 Winchester, 40-72, 406 Shiloh Sharps and other classic older rifles. I thought castboolits.com would have a buyer and say it was just what they needed for their big kaboomer gun, but no luck. Trying here to sell at the same time trying to find out what gun owners might be interested and look for caliber specific websites. Someone should need this. Finally my decoding of the mold was a .408" 368gr. Spiral Point w/ 1 Ogive Radius. Still no answer to my quest, but maybe a step closer. Thanks again all of you.