Not sure if this is the correct forum for such a question, but here it is. I'd like to have a go at molding my own lead projectiles, and see how well they perform, compared to factory ammo. First of all, I would like to have a mold that would do at least 4 or 5 .177 cal projectiles per pour. As for the exact shape, that would pretty much depend on what is actually available. But I would lean towards anything that produced sharp pointed, but relatively heavy rounds, with a hollowed-out back end. But I would even be OK with something that was designed for making .17 cal powder burner rounds, if that is the only thing that is available.
Can anyone provide me with any leads (or links?) that would point me in the direction of what I am looking for?