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What a mess- old shot tube coated in graphite, old powder tube u couldn't see thru taped fast at the bottom to prevent powder from leaking out the last 30+ years.
Don't need a shop vac on standby now! Had new ones a little over a month and loaded about 1000.

WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!!

Should have done this 20 yrs ago.

Jim, thank you.
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What a mess- old shot tube coated in graphite, old powder tube u couldn't see thru taped fast at the bottom to prevent powder from leaking out the last 30+ years.
Don't need a shop vac on standby now! Had new ones a little over a month and loaded about 1000.

WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!!

Should have done this 20 yrs ago.

Jim, thank you. View attachment 1803723
I see you are operating in the left hand mode. Changing the operating handle from side to side lets you limit stress on your shoulder(s). I often switch operating hands. This is a big plus for the older Hornady 366's.
 

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I see you are operating in the left hand mode. Changing the operating handle from side to side lets you limit stress on your shoulder(s). I often switch operating hands. This is a big plus for the older Hornady 366's.
Yep load on one side till I start feeling it on one side then switch to otherside.
My buddy went hydraulic (mec) to fix his neck problem!
 

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