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Trade for lead alloy

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  • Trade for lead alloy

    Hello all I have about 140 pounds of lead flashing, I'm guessing it's pure lead, and 100 pounds of eagle shot magnum lead shot 7.5 looking to trade for lead alloy preferably 5% antimony or higher. Tin isnt necessary. I live i central coast California and would prefer person to person trade but I'm open to shipping also.
    Last edited by Pbjunkie; 01-23-2018, 02:43 PM.

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    tin helps bond the antimony to the lead. There's a reason that linotype had tin in it. I've always used lead from boat keels, or wheelweights, with some "non lead" solder added (95% tin, 5% antimony)

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