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crowriverjim
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been using the hornet for 50years,love it and loading 40years..if i could only have one gun it would be the hornet,love my 220 swift,but its heavy..
JohnRodriguez
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Originally Posted by crowriverjim
how the heck do you 14.5gr. of lil gun in a hornet case..i use ww cases, and mine wont hold that much..


get a dillion large pistol primer tube and camfer both ends of it. Then use it for a drop tube and drop the powder slowly. I use a redding BR power drop, and it is mounted about 16 inches above my bench.
sdbirddogs
Reply with quote  #27 
I have a Cooper Jackson Varmint that is very accurate. Love the Hornet!!!!



DanS
Reply with quote  #28 
I've got an old Kimber of Oregon Cascade 22 hornet. Came with Kimber's deluxe split rings and all. Looks almost brand new. I've only shot it once and it shot easily under MOA. I bought it years ago, but I never shoot it. It's in the back of the gun safe. What a shame.

crowriverjim
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DanS would you like to sell it...Jim
DanS
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DanS would you like to sell it...Jim


Sure, I'll sell it. I've been thinking of putting it on Gunbroker.

Dan
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