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PW /Hornady powder bushing help

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by verypoor, Apr 1, 2013.

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  1. verypoor

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    Just need a hand here. What bushing from hornady will drop 18.5-18.8 of titegroup?
     
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    you will have to get close with the reloading data then weigh until you find it
     
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    spitter Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    What CC2K said... depending upon how you use the tool will determine the powder drop...

    Jay
     
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    Why not just call Whiz White and have him make you your own custom size bush...

    He machines his own to ANY size you require (and cheap).

    Mark Schneider
     
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    Go to the Hornady web site, It will show you how to pick the proper bushing.
     
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    see link above. Mark
     
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    spitter Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    Based upon the provided chart, 18gr = #350 and a 19 = #361. You then look for available bushings in between.

    If you take one of the available intermediate bushings (#354/#357), start with the lighter of the two (#354). Use a decent scale and track the powder drops as you "load" multiple "prototype shells" until a reliable average develops from your machine, based upon how you manipulate the tool...

    Jay
     
  8. edbon9

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    on MY 366, the 348 bushing drops around 18.4 grs of titegroup and that is a very stout load ( 1 1/8oz 7.5's, win primer) good all the way to the parking lot :) also the published load data for titegroup at 18.4 grs gives a pressure of 11.4K psi so check your loads carefully.

    edgar
     
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