PAS957: Karoliner Artillery Carriage Limber 40mm Scale Mould

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SKU:
PAS957
UPC:
0735930009570
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.22 KGS
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Description

This vulcanised black rubber mould can cast an artillery limber, compatible with PAS951 cannon and PAS955 and PAS956 horse moulds. There are three artillery moulds to complete the team.

The Karoliner moulds, the French Regiments 1750 and the Irish Wild Geese are the same moulds. PAS957, PAF957 & PAI957 are the same mould supplied with a label with a picture appropriate to that regiments colour scheme.

You can cast up to 500 castings per hole using Prince August Model Metal. Keep the moulds out of direct sunlight when storing them. Never use water to cool metal in a mould.

This product is not suitable for children under the age of 14.

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  • J.O. Moller - 15th Apr 2021

    4
    gun carriage

    Excellent mold. The wheels are a bit difficult because the metal does not flow in every spike of the wheel. But with the help of some miliput two component clay the problem is easily solved. The result was a very beautiful four horse 6 pounder gun limber. Prince August Response. The wheels have vent holes applied. You can drill more if they seem insufficent. Tapping the mould helps too. Cleaning the area where the vent holes are between castings so the holes do not get blocked with release agent can help.

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  • J.O. Moller - 15th Apr 2021

    4
    gun carriage

    Excellent mold. The wheels are a bit difficult because the metal does not flow in every spike of the wheel. But with the help of some miliput two component clay the problem is easily solved. The result was a very beautiful four horse 6 pounder gun limber. Prince August Response. The wheels have vent holes applied. You can drill more if they seem insufficent. Tapping the mould helps too. Cleaning the area where the vent holes are between castings so the holes do not get blocked with release agent can help.

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