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Old 12-27-2012, 02:10 AM   #11
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I'm kinda pissed with the instructions. They're not specific to my press they're generic for hornady presses. So a lot of the instructions are not applicable to my press. Anybody know where I can find a good instructions set?


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I'm kinda pissed with the instructions. They're not specific to my press they're generic for hornady presses. So a lot of the instructions are not applicable to my press. Anybody know where I can find a good instructions set?
The Hornady reoading manual should have what you need. If you're missing parts, contact Hornady.


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Old 12-27-2012, 03:03 PM   #13
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The Hornady reoading manual should have what you need. If you're missing parts, contact Hornady.
I called and I have all the parts. I don't need to know how to reload I need to know how to put the damn thing together lol
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Try looking on Youtube for an instructional video for your press. I got more good info for my Dillon press from Youtube than I ever got from the literature from Dillon.
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No but I've read the latest Lyman reloaders manual. Does that work?
It helps. But I would still read the ABCs tho.


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