die bushing

die bushing

[′dī ‚bu̇sh·iŋ]
(design engineering)
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The Hornady Lock-N-Load gets its name from a die bushing that enters its top and locks into position.
You still need to be sure to center the die bushing so that the wall of the tube is concentric.
A ball swivel is fixed in the middle of the die bushing, which is also fixed.
The die bushing has a trumpet-shaped inlet that delivers tubing to the pinch point of the puller.
Also included: the Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading, three Lock-N-Load die bushings, electronic digital caliper, bullet comparator tool, several miscellaneous case-prep items, and a powder funnel.
At the rear of the plate are three spots to hold dies in Hornady's Lock-N-Load quick-change die bushings.
It includes a single stage press, powder measure, digital scale, three Lock-N-Load die bushings, primer catcher, priming system, handheld priming tool, reloading block, chamfering and deburring tool, powder trickler and funnel and a can of case lube.