If you are like me, you’ve been waiting for the highly-anticipated Hornady Rifle Bullet Feed system to arrive on the market. A big fan of the Hornady pistol bullet feed system (especially the all-metal collet die system), I can’t wait to get going with the rifle version of this system. And I won’t have to wait long, because the equipment (setup for .22 cal and 30 cal) has arrived!
I’m planning to show both .223/556 and .308 Winchester reloading with this system, starting on the Hornady Lock-N-Load AP 5-station progressive reloading press. If you have other configurations you’d like to see, please leave a comment! Stay tuned for more updates shortly.
10 thoughts on “Hornady Rifle Bullet Feeder: In the Shop!”
WooHoo, can’t wait to see and hear more about the rifle bullet dies. Might have to get one and start working on a FrankenLoder for bullets.
Cool- Frankenloder setups would be great with this die system it appears.
Great! I have the Hornady LNL AP 5 station and am really looking forward to your .223/.556 demo!
With the Dillon 650. Thanks do much for your articles and info sharing. Keep up the great work.
A Pro2000 setup would be appreciated Gavin
Mitch, you may have missed it but Gavin did cover the bullet feeder on the Pro2000, see here; http://ultimatereloader.com/2011/04/20/ar-mpr-rcbs-rifle-bullet-feeder-on-pro-2000-loading-223/ Of course I could be mis-understanding and mean the Hornady bullet feeder on the Pro2000, makinf a FrankenLoader! OK,let’s see if he’ll do one.
Looks awesome! How’s it working so far?
On the 5 stage Lee LoadMaster and the 3 stage Lee Pro1000. These are affordable and workhorse machines, but lack aura the of the blue machines. For example the rifle case feeder is a simple modification of the $13 pistol case feeder.
That thing looks sweet. Hornady makes some really nice stuff for reloading. How’s it working so far?
This stuff looks really good. How is it working thus far?