We are selling a Custom CNC Aluminum Paintball Slug Maker .500″ / 50 cal Umarex / T4E fifty cavity mold. Works great with my Umarex T4E TR50 revolver. This is FOR THE MOLD ONLY. The other pictures are examples of some of the things I am making with it. The base of the mold has 3.5mm holes which makes it perfect for centering BB’s, pellets or whatever projectile you want to put in the mold before adding glue, my personal favorite is using a Predator Metalmag 22cal steel tip pellet in the center (Pictured). I will include instructions on some of my favorite projectiles and what you need to purchase to make them.
I’ve had quite a few questions about these and I wanted to answer a few:
1. I use tweezers to center the pellets and then add glue.
2. I use mold release or cooking spray on the magazine to make the projectiles move more easily.
3. Unless your magazine / cylinder is modified your projectiles will have to be very shallow. The back of the stock cylinder is .4885″ diameter holes and the front of the cylinder is approx 1/2″ holes, this is because they intended for it to be used with round projectiles. I used a 1/2 inch (Nominal) drill bit and it makes the back around .496″, basically 1/2″. this way I can make much large projectiles and use the entire cylinder space. Here is the good news, if you buy my mold and want one or more of your cylinders bored out send them to me and cover return shipping and I will bore them out for you at no charge. My pistol came with 5 so I bored 4 out and left one alone for when I want to shoot round balls.
4. The impact picture on black metal is the thick steel side of a microwave and it almost went through, the other picture is it penetrating one inch inch cardboard.
5. Use release agent in the mold and then add the metal center and glue, if you want the projectile to stay in one piece. You can add the metal center into the mold and then spray mold release, then add glue. On impact, this type of projectile will have the round ball or pellet break away from the outer glue shell and continue to penetrate.
6. In the next week or two I will try to get several videos up of the projectiles I’m making with the 50 cal and 68 cal molds.