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Hornady 366 shipping carton

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by OregonDon, Oct 6, 2010.

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  1. OregonDon

    OregonDon TS Member

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    I wold like to buy a Hornady 366 shipping carton. Anyone? TIA, Don Hicks
     
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    Don: I usually make my own. I have a furniture store near me and they always have heavy cardboard boxes out by the dumpster. I take whatever I need, (sometimes get lucky and find a carton that is close to the right size and then I don't need to do a lot of altering). I can make any size box I want with this heavy cardboard and heavy duty strapping tape. Good Luck. Ed
     
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    Might's well have the best designed box to ship a 366: why not just call Hornady!

    - - Bill
     
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    As "Aprice" said, mount to a piece of plywood the same size as the bottom of the box, then thickly bubble wrap the shot/powder dispenser and everything else.

    Also when the box is not made from real heavy cardboard, it helps to cut up a bunch of styrofoam chunks like from molded packaging and pack it in around everything to help support the box.

    Randy
     
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