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hornady 366

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by no powder, Aug 16, 2008.

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  1. no powder

    no powder Member

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    found a used hornady 366 for 225.00 is it worth that?
     
  2. PA101_guy

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    If complete and in excellent condition I'd say it's a fair price. Esp. if it comes with any bushings, spare parts, big hoppers, etc. Nice machines. Although I haven't used mine in a while I love it.

    KEEP SMOKIN' EM.... Dave
     
  3. BILL GRILL

    BILL GRILL Well-Known Member

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    check the price on a new one. It is a deal, buy it !
     
  4. 333t

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    There are two versions of the 366. The older manual indexing 366 and the later 366 Auto with automatic indexing and swing out wad guide. The later version is preferable and faster. $225 would be a good price for an auto and high price for the manual version.

    Phil
     
  5. StonewallRacing

    StonewallRacing Well-Known Member

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    101 and 333 are right on.

    I love mine, my son and I can load a flat in an hour.

    Parts are a little harder to come by than a MEC, but the service from Hornady is excellent.

    SW
     
  6. no powder

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    good advice 333t.it is an auto index.
     
  7. no powder

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    do you call hornady direct for service?
     
  8. PA101_guy

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    On the rare occasion I needed anything for mine I did in fact deal direct with Hornady....and the service was excellent.

    KEEP SMOKIN' EM.... Dave
     
  9. birdogs

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    The 366 can be upgraded to ALL the features of a new machine simply by purchasing the needed parts from Hornady. I would not buy the hydraulic device which dampens (slows) the indexing of the turret. Is slows down the throughput. A person will quickly develop a pace suited to him and to maximum output.

    At $225, a 366 in good shape is a good deal.
     
  10. StonewallRacing

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    Call Hornady direct for parts and service questions.

    They will send you an owners manual N/C if you don't get one with the loader.

    I have bought bushings and parts from Grafs, they were good also.

    SW
     
  11. Trap 20

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    After several thousand reloads, the top surface of the charge bar on my 366 was starting to gall. It's aluminum sliding on aluminum which is not the best situation. I rubbed a little ordinary paraffin on the top of the charge bar and it works great. An old candle would work fine.

    I also have had great service from Hornady whenever I've ordered any parts.
     
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