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Lock & load ap Drop ramp

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Cdstang, Sep 13, 2011.

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  1. Cdstang

    Cdstang Member

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    I thought I would share my fix for the hornady lock & load ap,where the finished shell drop. When prepping 9mm brass I always had a problem of them going
    under the ram. So this was my fix for that problem.

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    I have a few extras made, send me a pm or email
    Thanks
    Bobby
     
  2. Walkalong

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    Very nice. Mine does fine with 9MM. Go figure. Did you attach it to the bin bracket so it stays put when you dump the bin?
     
  3. Cdstang

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    For right now I have double sided tape holding it in place. But later on when I get more time I'll drill a hold and put a screw to hold it in place.
     
  4. GarySTL

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    Slightly off topic, how do you like your case feeder? Was talking to a fellow today where I buy some of my supplies and he said he took his off because it was a PITA to adjust.

    I'd been considering adding one to my LnL press.
     
  5. Cdstang

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    Well I like mine, it took me a little time to get it setup. And I called hornady and got the new drop tube for the 40s&w. The part number on the shipping list is
    #398302
     
  6. 357Shooter

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    Good Fix, I've had some 357 & 45ACP do the same, now I have another project today!
    Thanks for the post!
     
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