Anyone have bad luck with current Lyman molds? I've tried two of their #358429 molds for 357 and they both give bullets too small for even considering sizing. Most fall from the mold at .355-.357" at best. That's too small for 38 cal bullets. I called them and they agreed to either replace it or fix it. We'll see if that happens. They also are lighter weight that specified. This is a 170 gr mold and they averaged 160 gr from a BHN 9.8 mix. If anything they shoiuld have weighed more since Lyman "cuts" they molds for the Lyman #2 alloy. I've never had problems with their older molds from the 70's early 80's in 44 and 45 but these current 38 caliber molds really suck. Nobody seems to care about quality anymore from refrigerators to clothes. My drawers even were made in Vietnam!!