For handloaders who want “hands-on” accurate control of their powder charges, the Lock-N-Load Quick Trickle provides an excellent way to deliver an initial large volume powder charge with the ability to finish with small precision metering for perfection. This versatile powder trickler features hand operated high and low speeds with up to a three-to-one gear ratio. Combined with double-sided, sealed ball bearings that prevent stray powder from impeding operation, the Quick Trickle is the smoothest operating powder dispensing tool for your reloading bench.
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We continue to be the largest independent producer of bullets in the world. We sell bullets as separate components, loaded in Hornady Ammunition, and also to other ammunition companies to be loaded in their premium grade ammo. Our employees exhibit our products at trade shows and shooting matches across the country, and our product lines are represented to dealers and distributors by over 70 independent sales representatives.
Hornady Manufacturing has also given generously within the community of Grand Island, Nebraska, where we make our home. Organizations supported include the Crane Meadows Nature Center, Stuhr Museum, United Way, the Platte River Charity Shoot and the list goes on.
Hornady is a founding member of the Hunting and Shooting Sport Heritage Fund, and Steve Hornady served as one of the first presidents of the organization. We support or serve on The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute (SAAMI), The National Rifle Association, National 4-H Shooting Sports Foundation, and many others. As a member of the shooting and hunting sports industry, Hornady realizes the need to give back to the sports that keep us in business and maintain our heritage.
Combine the best customer base with the best employees, throw in the family/management team that we have running this business; it’s hard not to be successful and hit “Ten bullets through one hole”.