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Has anyone ever tried the adjusting knobs for the dillon power measure?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by GlockSupremacy, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. GlockSupremacy

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    C4W is now a paid spokesman and commissioned salesman for Unique Tek.

    His motto is 'ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE'.


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    They allow you to turn the nut by hand. I actually prefer the wing nut rather then the knob. You can paint one wing and have a better pointer. Pointer makes a great reference for getting things back to the same spot. You can get them at HOME DEPOT.
     
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    Knob-Tee
    5/16
    79
    Plastic
    DR# 24 Bin-C
    Dr# 973

    Part
    0 30699 78128 7


    Knob-Flowerette
    5/16
    79
    Plastic
    DR# 24 Bin-J
    Dr# 971

    Part
    0 30699 83918 6

    They cost less then $2

    That is a Black Tee and a White Florette. They only come in Black and White at Home Depot.
     
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    :dancing: "I'm not just a spokesman but a client as well"....
     
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    I think it's Lowes that have them in Dillon blue... ask Shotgun he got some, which incidentaly Mike... I still want one for my SDB...
     
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    They vary from area to area as to what they carry. I can find the black and white at Home Depot and nothing at all at my Lowes.

    Try ACE and other Hardware Stores for these things as well.
     
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    I get them at ace for a little over a buck each.
    It is indeed blue and sitting on my desk. Bad me.
     
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    The Home Depot where I got mine also had the round knobs in red.

    Only some fraction of Home Depot's seem to carry these things...so don't be surprised if you can't find them at your nearest one...and hopefully you have several not too far away.
     
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    I'm Color Blind. I don't see red.
     
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    No worries Mike, are you gonna shoot the "low light" match on the 13th. I'm planning on comming up for that one. Talked to Victor about it via the NWPPA IDPA forum... PM sent.
     
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    What area of Home Depot/Lowes are they found in? I'm going to stop by and pick one up for my 550 this weekend.
     
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    Knob section. Right next to the isle the keep the 2X4 stretchers on. :whistling:

    Then again some stores may have them on display in the cabinet handles and hardware section.


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    I would like to know also. Found XDRoX Chritmas present. :rofl:
     
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    IIRC, it's the aisle with specialty fasteners in drawers or bins. Not all Home Depot's stock them though.
     
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    Local hardware store for mine.
     
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    Usually they are over in the "nuts and bolts" section.. you know where the little drawers are.

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    Lowes does not have them.
     
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    If your HD has them they are in Drawer #24.