Thanks for all the useful info and sources on bullet metal and processing. Always good to have for future needs. Pray we never need it.
1974, your comments on putting cast copper rods through “wire drawing dies” reminded me of my first job out of school at GE’s copper wire plant in Ft. Wayne. This was a mujlti-story building with many parallel lines of wire drawing ops. It was a maze of copper wire slowly moving around pulleys, b/t floors, from one end of the building to the other, 24/7. It was code Red if some wire broke in the process.
Now, about drawing copper rods for bullets………………?