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PACIFIC (HORNADY) DL-105 SHOTGUN RELOADING PRESS
PACIFIC (HORNADY) DL-105 SHOTGUN RELOADING PRESS
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PACIFIC DL-105  12 Gauge Progressive Reloading Press
PACIFIC DL-105 12 Gauge Progressive Reloading Press
   $44.99
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HORNADY PACIFIC DL-105 SHOTSHELL RELOADER 12ga. 2 3/4" SINGLE STAGE PRESS
HORNADY PACIFIC DL-105 SHOTSHELL RELOADER 12ga. 2 3/4" SINGLE STAGE PRESS
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Pacific DL-105 Shotshell Loader Die Set 12Ga.
Pacific DL-105 Shotshell Loader Die Set 12Ga.
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WAD GUIDE FOR DL-105 PACIFIC HORNADY SHOTGUN RELOADER PRESS 12 GAUGE RELOADING
WAD GUIDE FOR DL-105 PACIFIC HORNADY SHOTGUN RELOADER PRESS 12 GAUGE RELOADING
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PACIFIC DL-105 CRIMP DIE & WAD GUIDE 20 GA 3" RELOADER PRESS SHOTGUN RELOADING
PACIFIC DL-105 CRIMP DIE & WAD GUIDE 20 GA 3" RELOADER PRESS SHOTGUN RELOADING
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340 wby mag loads

*ccumark said: I am trying to find others that have the same and what loads that other people are using . as well what they think of the caliber and the kind of accuracy they are getting

d*n belisle said: I have one built on a Rem 700 action. 26" Ron Smith gain twist barrel. I get 2940 fps with 250 gr bullets, and 100 meter clover leafs with 250 gr Speers. I've been trying to find a premium bullet load that groups as well, but no luck so far. Not at that speed anyway. With Noslers I can get that kind of accuracy, but at 2800 fps, which kind of negates the whole purpose of the 340. One of my favorite hunting rifles, but it doesn't weigh much, and it kicks like a mule. - dan

*audet said: Cheap Hornady 225 spire points over 81.5 grains IMR 4350 with a mag primer. My gun cloverleafs this load all the time and everything I've hit died! Have tried and do use all the expensive stuff but my gun loves the cheap one.

MTM said: Don't have one now but have had 3. Mine allways worked great with IMR4831 with both 250s and 225s. 250s at 2900+ and 225s at 3100 fps.

*lbertan said: Cool cartridge but a kicker. I would stick with 250's and IMR 7828. 86 grains with a good quality lead core bullet is usually accurate.

k*ith mokry said: my load is 88g of AA3100 in the hornady 250g or the nosler partition 250g in a sako with 24" for a velocity of 3000fps(with hornady). Shot many moose, elk, deer with these two loads. Keith

*ccumark said: Thanks for the replys so far I have been using imr 7828 I have worked up to 86.5gr and have had good luck so far out of three shots two touching and the third 5/8 "c/c I am hoping to close that up by 1/4" with adjustments in col at 100 yards. but so far so good, this out of a weatherby accumark with 225 accubonds, I will be changing to swift a-frame and going from there. This past weekend I had three three shot groups I could cover up with the Tooney but stil trying for a quarter! any and all thoughts well come Jim..

*ccumark said: I have not yet changed my col but am going to do that next right now it is 3.660" I am wondering what length others have tryed and found that worked the best Jim..