(That's the book John D. never got around to writing.)
Combined with the pre-existing inventory, this new batch represents enough processed metal to take care the bullet needs around here for years, so I can stop being a foundry monkey. It is well worth the effort, but it is unpleasant work. Actual bullet making is more fun.
The WW mix is laced with linotype and 50/50 bar solder to approximate Lyman No. 2 alloy.
The first few bullets cast from it look pretty good; they're 230-grain RNs from a Lee mold and some Lyman 200-grain SWCs that I've always liked.