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PW Bushings

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Proofdoubles, Jan 16, 2012.

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  1. Proofdoubles

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    I am looking to purchase the following PW powder bushings: H, I, J, J1, K. Also looking for bushing data for Alliant's Clay Dot powder. I do realize I can use Hornady bushings but for the time being I prefer PW. Thank you.
     
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    Please excuse my ignorance, but how would you know what diameter you need ? Unless of course you had "that" bushing to compare to, which seems unlikely.
     
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    Hornady marks their bushings with the diameter I think?? And those bushings work with P.W. machines. I recently saw a chart that listed the PW "letter", and the corresponding Hornady bushing...nice to see both on the same chart!
     
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    "Whiz" White has on his website a very well set up listing of the PW bushings and their corresponding IDs. "Whiz" has a ton of great stuff posted for all on his site.

    --- Chip King ---
     
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    Thanks guys!

    I never put two and two together with the Hornady/Spolar bushing numbers.

    And of course the PW letter system and Mec two digit does not correlate either.


    Thanks again
     
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    I used to be a P-W Dealer years ago. I have a bunch of bushings left over from when I closed the business. Unfortunately the I only had one of the ones you needed. (H) I wish I had the rest as I would have sold them to you at what I used to sell them for 20 years ago ($3.50)
    Anyway the man I got to now when I need parts and a new machine is Jim Cunningham of "Jim's Eye and Ear". His prices are the best and he is great to work with. Look him up on the net and check out his website.

    Pat
     
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