http://www.truveo.com/couldn’t-stand-the-weather/id/36028817751316591 I backed the tail end of my pickup into the garage and set up my casting gear. A Lee 10# bottom poor and my 3Qt saucepan on a hotplate to feed it. Got everything heated up and fluxed, about 30 minutes and just as I started to cast, the sky turned black. I figured a little rain wouldn't make it into the mouth of the garage and I'd be good. Two casts and the mold started throwing good bullets, Lee 6 cavity 9mm 120 TC. Then the sky opened up. The wind started blowing the rain into the garage. I closed the door down on the side rails of the truck bed and no luck. I looked at the molten lead in the saucepan and saw water dancing on the surface. I put a cookie sheet over the saucepan and unplugged everything. I got maybe 6 good casts and had to pack it in. It reminded me of the old Stevie Ray Vaughn video linked above Wanna kill these ads? We can help!