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Wtb pw shot and powder bushings

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Limpy100, Sep 23, 2010.

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  1. Limpy100

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    Lovethesport Buy hornady bushings they are much cheaper and they work fine.
     
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    The factory can sell you the #4 shot bushing.

    Gamaliel's Shooters Supply has the entire range of Hornady powder bushings @ $4.95 each. Hornady uses each bushing's internal diameter as it's part number. Here is a list of common PW powder bushing sizes. The bushings you pick to buy will depend on the density of the powder you intend to use in your loads:
    <center>C ---- 0.3220"<br>C1 ---- 0.3295"<br>D ---- 0.3325"<br>D1 ---- 0.3415"<br>E ---- 0.3645"<br>E1 ---- 0.3670"<br>E2 -----0.3785"<br>F ----- 0.3800"<br>F1 ---- 0.3850"<br>F2 ---- 0.3950"<br>G ----- 0.4125"<br>G1 ---- 0.4155"<br>H ----- 0.4290"<br>I ----- 0.4365"<br>J ----- 0.4450"<br>J1 ---- 0.4515"<br>K ----- 0.4545"<br>L ------ 0.4645"<br>M ----- 0.4775"<br>N ----- 0.4925"<br>O ----- 0.4955"<br>P ----- 0.5300"<br></center>

    You don't need to have a bushing in every increment. I routinely reduce the capacity of a too-large bushing by a ½ grain or more with a piece of aluminum HVAC tape. Once I have a bushing fine tuned for a load formula I don't change it again unless a routine check of a new batch number reveals that the powder manufacturer has changed the density of the powder by more than that.


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    do you still need bushings?, i have plenty to sell if you need them, let me know

    ken
     
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    Give Whiz White @ S & W Supply a call... He can, and will, make you ANY custom or standard bushing you may want. (605) 341-4412. Tell him Mark sent you there.

    Mark Schneider
     
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