Which die?

Discussion in 'Reloading Discussions' started by Tinus de Jager, Nov 18, 2015.

  1. Tinus de Jager

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    I bought my Hornady dies in .45ACP about two years ago. When Hornady was making a big push in South Africa. It comes with two decapping pins. I have finally broken one. So I'm on the last one and my OCD personality does not allow me to be happy unless I have one spare.

    "None available in SA."

    Fantastic. I'd be buying Lee Dies for the press soon.
     
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    Im also in the market for 2 spare decapping pins... I love the universal decappers for my 5 stage Loadmaster.
     
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    Nicholas Yale are the importers for Hornady as far as I know. Have you tried them?
     
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    Nope, Nic Yale have stopped their relationship with Hornady. It's African Outdoor Supplies now :(. I got a few from Potshot this morning. It's Lyman, but Mike says they are the same. At R150 for 10 it's not the end of the world if it does not work.
     
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    Right, I didn't realise that. On the plus side, Nic Yale do Lyman, so they might be able to confirm :)
     

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