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Pacific Tool Company
Grand Island, United States
Area served
California, Nebraska
Shotshell and Rifle Presses
Pacific Gun Sight Co.
Pacific Tool Company was a major reloading company in the 1950s to 1990's. A lot of these reloaders show up on the market because they are built to last and are very dependable. Although these reloaders have not been manufactured since 1992, they are still highly sought after products.
1 History
2 Generation One
2.1 Pacific DL-100
2.2 Pacific DL-200
2.3 Pacific DL-300
3 Generation Two
3.1 Pacific DL-110
3.2 Pacific DL-150
3.3 Pacific DL-250
3.4 Pacific DL-350
3.5 Pacific DL-500
4 Third Generation
4.1 Pacific DL-120
4.2 Pacific DL-260
4.3 Pacific DL-360
5 Fourth Generation
5.1 Pacific DL-105
5.2 Pacific DL-155
5.3 Pacific DL-266
5.4 Pacific DL-366
6 References
7 External links
The Pacific Tool Company started off as the Pacific Gunsight Company, which opened its doors in the early 1920鎶� at 353 Hays St, San Francisco, Calififornia. In 1953 they moved to 2901 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, Calif. Pacific was then sold to Henkle & Joyce Hardware of Lincoln NE. R.R. Deitemeyer had convinced H&J to buy the company and he invented the Deitemeyer shotshell loaders, hence the DL in model descriptions. The tool colors changed to blue with the move from California to P.O. Box 4495 Lincoln, Nebraska in 1960. While in Lincoln, Pacific tools were made by Bair Machine Company until there was a parting of the ways in 1969. This resulted in Bair offering the identical Pacific tools under the Bair label. In January 1971 H&J sold Pacific Gunsight Co. dba Pacific Tool Company to J. W. Hornady. All tools were converted to red by December of that year. Starting in 1972 a new plant was constructed next to Hornady Mfg. Co. In Grand Island NE. By 1974 the plant was fully relocated, the address was changed to P.O. Drawer 2048, Ordnance Plant Rd., Grand Island, Nebraska. In 1992 the Pacific name was dropped as all Hornady companies (Pacific and Frontier) were merged into one corporation and Hornady began offering reloading tools under its own name. For more information about Pacific reloaders, visit
Generation One
Pacific DL-100
Produced in the 1950s, this Pacific reloader came into production while being produced under Deitemeyer Products Co. The DL included in every reloader's name stands for Deitemeyer Loader. The DL-100 is a single stage reloader in the shape of a half moon. The DL-100 can be equipped with a taper-loc die, crimp starting die, die sets for 12, 12 Mag, 20, 20 Mag, 16, 28, 40, 410, and an automatic primer feeder. The DL-100 does not use regular shot and powder bushings found on most Pacific reloaders, but charge bars similar to an MEC with both shot and powder holes pre-drilled into the bar with designated powder types and shot weight already assigned. For reloading instructions, visit

Pacific DL-100
Pacific DL-200
The Pacific DL-200 was also another Pacific - Deitemeyer reloader. Deitemeyer reloaders can also be found to look like the DL-200 but in a bright red color. The DL-200 is a single stage reloader in a straight line press. The DL-200 can resize shells, and features separate shot and powder charge bars. For reloading instructions, visit

Pacific DL-200
Pacific DL-300
Pacifics first progressive reloader, the DL-300 offers a faster reloading method. Instead of moving a single case throughout the different stages individually, the DL-300 lets the operator move all eight cases at once, performing the operations at the same time. The DL-300 is recognizable by the base casting with the four bolt holes sticking out from the reloader. For reloading instructions, visit

Pacific DL-300
Generation Two
Pacific DL-110
The DL-110 has been designed for the hunter and novice reloader. Simplicity, ease of operation, safety and economy are built into this loader. The DL-110 was the base model for the second generation. The DL-110 does not resize the shell and is recognizable from its counterpart the DL-120 by the lack of a wad guide in the middle of the base casting. Generation two is the first to use powder and shot bushings. For reloading instructions, visit

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