Yesterday I set up the gear to cast some 458cal bullets, cool day I finished by making about 700. The middle bullet is a mould from Pedersoli, with a very sharp spire point that according to the 'experts' ain't supposed to shoot accurately, but it does. to it's right is a Lyman design with progressive driving bands and it is loaded almost like you are breech seating into the rifling.
Before I sold my 470 N.e. I had a mould built for that cal. that I let go with the rifle but not before loading quite a few. These were 500G. + as this was set up as a dual cavity mould, I used an idea that I got from Veral Smith; primarily, one cavity makes the point only; the other cavity makes a complete bullet. The point cavity was used to cast soft lead then when inserted in the full cavity mould it is filled with a Lyman # 2. They bond + you now have a hard projectile with a soft point. Great expanision.