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I’m glad they are producing the adjustable charge bar. Some people like them.
I didn’t see one for progressive MECs.
I’ve been buying primers from BPI. They have come through for me twice.
Good company.
 

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Wondering if there is a way to lock in the adjustments once they are set how you want them - and if not, if they could change slightly with all the bumping and banging from the machine?
 

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Wondering if there is a way to lock in the adjustments once they are set how you want them - and if not, if they could change slightly with all the bumping and banging from the machine?
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Another photo on the website, better contrast. You can see two holes on the ends. On the original bar, this is where two set screws were. I am assuming it is the same with this new bar, you lock the settings with the set screw using an Allen or hex key.
 
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A progressive has a drop tube for powder and one for shot.
A single stage only uses a center drop tube.
The drop tubes probably won’t line up well on a progressive machine.
I dunno.
Do’h

been so long since I had a single stage.
 

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What's been the overall experience with accuracy? I would try one for my 9000 if/when they make one, but I feel like I would need to weight my load way more often then with a bushing. I'd be too scared they would back off over time.
 

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What's been the overall experience with accuracy? I would try one for my 9000 if/when they make one, but I feel like I would need to weight my load way more often then with a bushing. I'd be too scared they would back off over time.
It’s always a good idea to check your powder drops from time to time. The accuracy is around two to three tenth of a grain depending on the powder that you are using . So just as accurate as using a bushing . There is a set screw to keep your settings from changing. So that should not be a problem.
 
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