Hornady’s 366 Auto Shotshell Reloading Press is the ideal press for the avid target shooter. The time-tested design lets you load high-quality, low-cost ammo in a hurry — just set the case and wad in place, and pull the handle. The 366 Auto does the rest, automatically.
Every 366 Auto includes a Primer Tube Filler. Holds a full box of shotshell primers, and fills the tube with a turn of the dial. Won’t drop primers upside-down into the tube.
If you need to empty your powder or shot, this entire assembly can be easily removed without spilling — a feature unique to the 366 Auto. Baffles let powder and shot flow more smoothly for more uniform loads from start to finish.
Makes priming shells automatic with the pull of the handle. Extremely smooth and reliable design reduces to nearly zero the chances of crushing the primer. Primer Tube Filler ensures no upside-down primers enter the feeder tube.
Starts crimp, closes and tapers. Perform more reliable crimping with both six or eight point crimps. Give factory taper to your shells.
These easy-to-change standard bushings make it easy to switch to a different shot or powder for most popular target loads.
The shut-offs for powder and shot let you operate the machine as you need to by shutting off individual stations.
The wad guide swings out to give you better access, making it easier to place the wad. Helps to speed up your reloading.
Each pull of the lever automatically rotates the shell plate, so you don’t have to do it manually. You’ll be amazed at how much faster and smoother your reloading efforts go with auto indexing.
You can resize your shells to factory dimensions, or skip this station entirely and speed up your reloading. Many presses force you to resize. The 366 Auto gives you the choice.
Every pull of the handle ejects the spent primer from fired shells into the primer catcher for neat, easy disposal.
Completed shells are automatically ejected behind the press, so you don’t have to remove them manually. Another speed advantage over other presses.
If you reload, you will eventually spill shot. Spilled shot rolls to the edge of the shell plate and through the holes, so it won’t jam.
Solid die-cast frame is long lasting, and provides a stable, rigid platform for precision reloading.