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Hi guys,

I want to mix pure yellow bees wax with "a MoS2" grease.
I have plenty of cans of Molycote P37 on -I assume- MoS2 basis.
The P37 stuff is specially suited for boltconnections to prevent seezing.
My question is: Can I use it or do I better buy (nasty word!!!) something else"?
The Lube I want to make is for .357 Magnum in combination with wheel weight + 3% tin bullets.

Thanks again in advance, Bram
 

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Molycote P37 as an ingredient for bullet lu

sounds like a plan. i've melted down various types of hard lube and mixed with several types of moly lube including anti-seize. it's messy but works great. you might consider pouring it into your lubrisizer before it sets up.
 

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For the last 7 years or so I've been using a 1:1 mixture of beeswax and moly grease for my bullet lube. I've been using Sta-Lube Extreme Pressure Moly-Graf grease, but others probably also work just fine. Mix equal parts by weight, melt it in the microwave and pour it into the lube-sizer. Works great in .32 S&W Long to .454 Casull, up to my .405 Winchester Contender. No leading and fine accuracy.
 
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