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    Full Video Review of the XTreme HardCore Gear Powder Funnels by Broz

    Here is where you can ask questions or comment on this review of the XTreme HardCore Gear Powder Funnels.

    Go HERE to watch the review.

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    Jeff

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    You've convinced me I need at least one. Do they have plans to release a set with drop tubes that you're aware of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Browninglover1 View Post
    You've convinced me I need at least one. Do they have plans to release a set with drop tubes that you're aware of?
    I will ask. I was wondering the same thing. If I had the right sized tubing I could make one easy enough to add to the existing funnel.

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    Watching that powder flow just got me giddy. I have lots of problems with powder flow in my 6.5 with H4831SC, having the powder flow that quick combined with a drop tube would be AWESOME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Browninglover1 View Post
    Watching that powder flow just got me giddy. I have lots of problems with powder flow in my 6.5 with H4831SC,
    I didn't have a case, but, I just went out and poured 4831 SC through my .264 funnel and it flowed just like the video. I think you would get equal results with your combo.

    Jeff

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    Very nice, I don't think how a powder lays in a case is given much of a look at but if you lay it in nice it definitely changes your density. I a black powder rifle you will see it on paper how even your density is as it lays in the case. Been looking at these funnels, gotta have them now, ya just costing me money
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    Jeff. nice review. I actually bought a 30 caliber one a couple of weeks ago and was really impressed. Very well made equipment.
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    Thanks for the review Jeff. I bought these funnels about 6 months back and have yet to use them. Glad to see it was likely a wise purchase. Finally got my reloading bench setup, and should start loading soon!

    Regarding drop tubes, is the thought that they allow the powder to sit in the case tighter or I guess fit together more closely?
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    Talked with the Guys at Xtreme HardCore Gear today. The drop tubes are on their radar and they plan to look at this when time in their schedule permits.

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    What would be sweet is a universal funnel and you buy the drop tubes that just screw in for each caliber.

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