9mm/.38 HTC Powder Funnel
9mm/.38 HTC Powder Funnel
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These Powder Funnels were specially designed for loading Hi‑Tek Coated 9mm/.38 cal. cast lead bullets. The are sized to provide enough case expansion to prevent shaving of the polymer coating. And to provide for minimum swaging of the bullet’s base, the expander portion is almost three times longer than the standard 9mm/.38 Custom Powder Funnel or a Dillon Powder Funnel.

For 9mm/.38 cal. Hi‑Tek Coated Cast Lead Bullets
Expander Tip 3X Longer than Original
Precision Machined from 12L14 Steel
Case Hardened to RC55+
Highly Polished Expander Tip for Smooth Release
Smoother Interior for Smooth Powder Flow
Drop In Replacement for Original Dillon Powder Funnel *
Works on RL 550, XL 650, Xl 750, RL 1050 and Super 1050 Presses †

* Powder Die adjustment will still be required.
† May not work on SDB press because the shellplate may begin indexing before the powder funnel clears the case mouth. It also may not work on .357 Magnum cases on certain other Dillon presses for the same reason.

Two Sizes
 0.357:  For 9mm/.38 cal. Bullets Sized .356″ to .357−″ (T1736-01)
 0.358:  For 9mm/.38 cal. Bullets Sized .3575″ to .358+″ (T1736-02)

Manufactured by Photo Escape, Inc.
The 9mm/.38 HTC Powder Funnel is sold individually. The standard powder funnel is shown in photo only for comparison and is not included with the 9mm/.38 HTC Powder Funnel.
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Customer Reviews

Average rating from 1 reviews: 5.0
Works great on a Mark 7 RevoLike a lot of S&W 929 shooters I have to use a .358 projectile in a 9mm case. Before this funnel came out I had the regular 9mm funnel sold here in my 650. It was ok but not 100%, would get the occasional scraping. Then tried an M die but it wasn't great as it created a bulge my Lee FCD would take out. When I upgraded to a Mark 7 I bought this funnel and used it with a Lee Universal Expander die.
This die is a little long for the die but there is enough adjustment and within 10 minutes it was set and it works beautifully! I'm using an index of 2 @ 2500rpm.

Thanks for making this for the revo 929 shooters!
Written by Mike Beri on Thu 16 Jul 2020 2:22:27 PM GMT
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