Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Charlie98, May 11, 2021.
I think you're right.
I do remember having these as well.
After the first lap of IoM?
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It's an alternate stop for my old Hornady powder measure! Holy Toledo....
So is it any use to you, or is it all just going back in the box?
Well... probably back into the box. I retired the old Hornady powder measure for a newer one that I got in the single-stage LNL kit I bought some years ago. I did replace the set screws on both of the volumetric inserts, however. I'm going to guess the roll pins are spares for the ProJector... there is a roll pin that indexes the shell plate, and likely one somewhere else, too.
Helps me to keep stuff in their original containers, as far as identification goes. Might see what the threads are on the stem, might help.
Just my quick guess
It's a second meter rod for either the small charge insert, which was what I thought originally... but now I wonder if it's not a replacement for the large charge insert (on the right.) By swapping the mushroom shaped insert for the simple rod, you would open up the measure to more volume.
That was my guess.
The AR setscrews are a lot longer than those shown.
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