Hornady Lock-N-Load Black Powder Measure

Product #: 141795 Hornady #: 050110 UPC #: 090255501100
Ships 12/01/2015 from MidwayUSA
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The Hornady Lock-N-Load Black Powder Measure is the ultimate powder measure for the black powder reloader. The Lock-N-Load Black Powder Measure is designed specifically to meet the safety needs of reloaders working with Black Powder, with its non-sparking aluminum hopper and brass metering unit that prevent static electricity build-up. The measure has extremely tight tolerances between the frame and drum to prevent binding and increase smooth operation. Mounting plate included. Stand is sold separately.

Technical Information:

Material: Cast housing, Brass Rotor, Non-sparking aluminum hopper and cap
Metering Chamber: Black Powder
Features: Solid Brass Rotor
Attachment: Mounting Plate or any reloading press that accepts standard 7/8"-14 threaded dies
Includes: Mounting Plate
Powder Charge Thrown: 5 to 100 Grains
  • Designed for use with Black Powder

  • Metering insert is calibrated in 5 grain increments up to 50 grains and then 10 grain increments up to 100 grains.

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