Please forgive. I did a search. I'm considering getting into bullet casting, especially swc for the 38/357 and TC for the 9mm. I don't know how to convert to find out how many bullets I could cast with a pound of lead. I "think" there are 7,000 grains in a pound, but I don't know if that's the same "grain" as in bullet weight. I know it is for powder. ?? If there are 7,000 grains in a pound, then that pound should yield about 46.6666 150 grain bullets less of course lost to dross etc. Am I close? Are these the right "grain" and "pound" usages? OK, I'm stupid. I beat you to it. :laugh: Thanks.