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I just unpacked the Pacific 366 I bought as a package deal. Included 1000 Winchester 209 primers, 1000 wads, 4 lbs of 700x and the 366 including about 25 powder bushings and about 10 shot bushings. At the time, and the cost of components received, I’m thinking I got the 366 and bushings for less than $75.
Hand Sleeve Toy Wood Finger

However, during the unpacking, I found this item, with no identifying markings. Does anyone know what the heck this is?
 

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The clip looks to hook over your belt or shooting pouch belt. It may be for carrying a crying towel to sop sweat off your forehead. Snap the leather around a hand towel... Just a guess on that but its for some shooting accessory.
You sound like you scored great on the 366 to get the "package" at a great price.
 

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You surely got a heck of a deal on the loader! Read the two "permanent" threads that deal with Hornady 366 tips and tricks and setup at the top of this forum. Good stuff in there. I find the modification of slicing a slot through the shell retaining ring at the powder drop station to make my 366s about 50% easier to use - especially for pulling a hull out to check powder drops.
 

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You surely got a heck of a deal on the loader! Read the two "permanent" threads that deal with Hornady 366 tips and tricks and setup at the top of this forum. Good stuff in there. I find the modification of slicing a slot through the shell retaining ring at the powder drop station to make my 366s about 50% easier to use - especially for pulling a hull out to check powder drops.
Sorry, I’m a little slow :rolleyes: where at the top of the forum can I access the “366 tips & tricks”? I can certainly use the help if I can find those!

Thanks!
 

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For a box in solid shape, works well on boxes that will open at the bottom (not most Winchester's). Tear off top flap. Squeeze top of open box on the sides slightly to open a pucker away from the flap. Slide holder down and catch the bottom of the box with the lip on the holder.
(Best for a trap or skeet shooter - never seen a clays shooter use it because 25 shots is not the right place to change to a new box.)

good luck, garrisonjoe
 
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