They have a bunch of different brands. Can try Cabelas or bass pro as well.
You can buy a mold with the bare minimum of accessories, and cast your own for the cost of a few hundred store bought bullets. It's not very hard to do at all. Back in the day my Dad cast his own muzzleloader [email protected]
with a ladle he picked up over the fire of a coleman stove.
My mould cost less than 20 bucks. No sizing die required. I lube with LEE alox, and I can lube hundreds of bullets for less than 5 bucks.
I don't do anything in casting that costs a whole lot. That is the point of it to me. All told I have less than $30 in casting equipment. I do use my Dads melt pot he casts jig heads with, but in my defence I did buy it for him for Christmas long before I started to use it.
I have litterally hundreds of rounds that cost me litle more than primers. I picked up a 1000 rounds of brass off a member here for 40 some dollars. They can be used many times. I only use about 5 grains of powder that cost $18 dollars, and there are 7000 grains in a pound. When I started to load 38's I broke down, and spent $18 for a LEE powder dropper. That thing works great.
I did get lucky with lead. A friend had some Linotype he didn't need, and gave me a 23 pound bar. I'm down to about 5 pounds, but I know where I can get more. You can always use wheel weights. Many garages will either give them to you or sell you a 5 gallon bucket of them cheap.
If you weren't so far away I would help you out.