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WTB Hornady 534 powder bushing

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by SeldomShoots, Jan 17, 2011.

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  1. SeldomShoots

    SeldomShoots Active Member

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    Does anyone have a Hornady 534 powder bushing that might be for sale?
    I am looking for one and Hornady discontinued them.
    Let me know if you have one, and what you are asking.

    Thanks, John E.
     
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    John, dare I ask what powder your going to use with a 534 bushing. Lou
     
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    It'll drop 40 grains of Blue Dot in a 366!

    I'll look and see if I still have anything that large.

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    One of the finest "back it up" powders there is . . . IMR 4756.

    A Hornady 525 drops 32 to 32.3 grains in an 800 Plus (at least it has been with the 8 lb. jug I'm working on right now, of course the next jug could drop differently). I'm shooting for 33 grains (or just a hair more), I think a 534 will put me there better than a P/W T bushing. According to Wiz White's bushing chart showing the inner diameters, a T bushing is about .536 or .5365 as I recall.

    John

    P.S. Let me know if you have one you can part with SS.
     
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    I just went and took a look see. The biggest I have is a 516. Sorry I couldn't have been more help.

    ss
     
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    Already checked, Can't help you unless you want one made Lou
     
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    I received an email from a gentleman who has a 534 and a 531. I think I may have found my missing link. Thanks to all who responded. If my missing link falls through I will post again.

    Thanks, John E.
     
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