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WTB 16 gauge Hornady 366

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Sam Ogle, Jun 1, 2011.

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  1. Sam Ogle

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    Wanted to buy:
    A Sixteen (16) gauge Hornady 366 Reloader.
    Does someone have one they no longer use?
    Parts to convert from Hornady are gone.

    Sam Ogle, Lincoln, NE
     
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    Just to add; I've a nice 16 gauge side by side (Fox) and want to do some serious reloading. I own two 366's, and am used to them. As you reloaders know, every reloader has it own "kinks," but I have used 366's for over 20 years.
    I have had some nice folks here on Trapshooters recommend I get parts from Hornady and convert a 12 gauge, but they are now out of parts.
    Hornady told me to call "Lock, Stock & Barrel" in Valentine, Ne; because they had sold them all remaining machines.........no luck.

    Were I a rich man........I would go Spolar. But, am not.

    Thanks
    Sam Ogle, Lincoln, NE
     
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    You could always go MEC 9000 in 16 gauge. JW
     
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    post on the 16ga society web and see if anybody can help you.
     
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    Sam,
    Do you currently have a 366 in another gauge you can convert? If so what parts are you missing? Maybe some of ours will work. Send me a private message or e-mail me, I am still working from home because of my broken leg.
    Dicksie
     
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