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dsh1106
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Does anyone out there have the user manual (instructions) for the Lyman Easy Adjustable Powder Bar?


I have one in my Lyman Easy Loader, but I have no clue where the instructions are ...

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Scott

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What's the info worth? There's one for sale right now over on e-bay. Instructions are included.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nice-Vintage-Lyman-Easy-Adjustable-Powder-Bar-/142306112094?hash=item21221af25e:g:2jcAAOSwdGFYwG~W

Not trying to be a smart azz. But pointing out that this may have been an add on part with instructions included with the part rather than in a manual.

If this works like the MEC brands you want to open it up so that it throws too much powder and then close it to achieve the amount you want. Going the other direction and opening to make the adjustment allows the measure to open further to take up the thread slack and it will overcharge slightly. RD

dsh1106
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Thanks RD

I'm in on the one on EBAY, I just hate buying something for the instructions.

I figured the one way you get more powder the other you get less. I was hoping there was maybe a conversion chart for the MIC reading to a particular powder.

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Scott

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http://www.trapshooters.com/attachments/scan-pdf.268778/
Don't know if this will be any help.

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Thanks Glen,

Not what I was looking for, but much easier to read than the other instructions I have.


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Scott


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