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Considering adding this to my press to speed up loading pistol cartridges. I presently throw my charges as a separate step via an RCBS Uniflow powder measure, which is very accurate.

I know the LEE stuff isn't the same quality as RCBS, Hornady, etc., but at my age, the LEE should be OK and the reviews seem positive. This is the "PRO" model, not the cheaper regular auto disc. I would likely get the adjustable charge bar also. (I'll be using the measure with the spring return, not the chain.)

If any metallic reloaders here have first hand experience with this measure, I'd appreciate opinions. Operation, accuracy, and powder leakage - especially with fine grain powders like WW231 and Bullseye? How does it work with smaller stick powder, like IMR4198?


Thanks is advance for any input.

Bill
 

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I use one for my handguns, claydot for 9mm and .45acp, bullseye and ww231 for .38 special. once you find the closest disc they work well. They will very several 1/10's of a grain unless you keep the hopper topped off.

jim
 
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