I have three or four. I prefer the MP style for "speed" but the good ol reliable Lyman for ease if use. But no e have had any significant problems. The vast majority if "problems" ya read about are OPERATOR error.I have shied away from NOE's HP molds. They just look like things can get miss aligned.
As I mentioned this is my third NOE HP mold, my #358156 HP clone is over five years old and still cast great bullets. Some seem to have lots of problem casting HP's but I never found it to be any different from casting any other bullet. As far as things getting misaligned I haven't experienced that after swapping out different pins on either of my other two molds.I have shied away from NOE's HP molds. They just look like things can get miss aligned.
^^^^^^All production makers can have a bum mold here or there.
All these guys in production now are stand up guys that fix any problem that arises.
I have all types of hp molds and once you figure out that molds specific needs they all turn out great bullets.
Noe’s are a little slower than MP’s but none the less they all can make good bullets in short order if the time is spent to figure out each molds quirks.
I love em all we are in the hay days of great molds for both hp and solids.
I dont have the mold, But was gifted some of these tears ago!! I still have some! I like the bullet!!!This is pretty odd, I wish I still had that old Lee single cavity 357 HP mold I got when I first started casting, I wore it out 20 years ago and finally had to toss it.
Yes, there is a bullet drawing in my OP or you can see it here https://noebulletmolds.com/site/shop/355-9mm/htc356-135-rf-ah2/htc356-135-rf-ah2-rg2-cavity-pb I picked up the one with the extra pins so I could cast cup point and FN bullets as well.Nice looking bullets Ronnie. Is than an NOE mold?
I will be looking for a 9mm mold for my P 10C. Right now I am going through a stockpile of plated and jacketed bullets. I would be interested in knowing how your accuracy is with this bullet PC'd.