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WTB Hornady Pacific 366 Primer tube

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by powertrader, Mar 14, 2012.

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  1. powertrader

    powertrader TS Member

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    looking to buy Hornady Pacific 366 Primer tube, may be interested in other assy for this loader.
     
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    others have mentioned using the right size metal tube curtain rods for extra primer tubes.
     
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    I have one. What's it worth?

    Corey
     
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    I have read about the curtain rods, but i'm not that mechanical. good idea though, thanks.



    I think new ones are around $30-$40 dollars.
    Mike
     
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    I cut a 2213 aluminum arrow shaft long enough to hold 110 primers. I got tired of not loading a full box of primers at one time. Go to your local bow range and they shold have them. A lot cheaper than the originals and fit perfect Mike K
     
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    Just go to the local hardware store and get a piece of copper tubing. Works like a champ and you can cut it to any length you want. Just wrap a couple of strips of duct tape to increase the diameter if you have the primer tray/filler.

    ss
     
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