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Hornady 366 owners

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Feb 15, 2010.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I love guys with talent. Thanks.
     
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    Bill, just how tall ARE you? lol Jim
     
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    thirty years ago i smoked something out of something that looked something like your tubes. thanks for the memories...good luck with it
     
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    That is so neat!@! I would have to have a step ladder to fill it.. but just have to do that once a week !

    Nice setup!
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    I would hate to think about removing the shot tube if a problem came up while it was full of shot Or, if a bushing change was called for. I think I would most likely add some kind of drain to the shot tube "just in case"
     
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    Bill ,

    Waaay back , I used some long brake line tubing similar to you . I loaded the tube OFF the press with a "stop pin " through the tubing . After mounting the "loaded" tube , the pin was removed to allow the primers to drop .

    Found some large diameter clear tubing that fits a PVC reducer that will fit the "boss" on the press . May still be available through specialty plastics vendors .

    Transitioned to differeent press ; sold that 366 .

    Charlie
     
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