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Need Hornady 16 gauge wad guide

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by omgb, Apr 2, 2010.

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  1. omgb

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    Guys and gals, I need a couple of Hornady 16 gauge wad guides. if you have one or two to spare please contact me by PM. I'd like to buy them. Even used is OK.
     
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    A 12 gauge wad guide works fine,that's what I use on my 16 gauge 366. Think I read about a while back on this forum. Ben
     
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    I was going to go to that if I couldn't find any more 16 gauge guides.
     
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    you need the actual swing in/out guide, or the springy plastic fingers that go inside that?

    I'd call Hornady, either way. Great folks.
     
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    For the guide.. the 20 gauge one from a 366 can be turned on a lathe to hold the 16 gauge wad.. and then use 12 gauge fingers..
     
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    If you need 12 gauge fingers, check out my Web-Store. Go to website above.

    Matt Woodson
     
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    I want the fingers. it's for my 266 press
     
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    PM sent
     
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