I'm not sure this is the right forum but it is fishing related so here goes.
I have some fellows at work who are interested in having me make stuff from some scrap lead that they have.
Mostly Halibut weights but possibly some jigs and river weights for back bouncing etc.
When it was proposed to me I quoted them a 50/50 deal. They bring me the raw lead. Then I will melt ,flux,and ingotize what isn't already in ingot form(wheel weights etc.) so I can easily estimate how much usable lead there is. They then get 50% of their lead back in finished weights etc.
If they want powder coated or otherwise painted jigs, downrigger weights etc. I will keep a little more lead or they can pay me for some paint and supplies.
I have a ton of different molds and everything need to make some nice finished jigs,weights etc. saving them the cost of buying the molds and other stuff needed to make them.
One guy has 40-50# and another has 150# or so mostly used wheelweights and one other guy has some random unknown quantity of scrap lead .
Does this sound like a fair deal for both parties?
Anyone else ever do deals like this?