I have found it hard to regulate the drop weight evenly - I fought with it for a few thousand loads before I found out that if you put the tall bottle on the powder side and fill it up it will weigh pretty evenly - just keep the tall bottle over 1/2 full and it is not bad -- does not hurt to wack the bottle a few times once in a while to settle it down, too. Great soft shooting long yardage powder -- very comparable to Green Dot and PB but a little bit cleaner and cheaper. Probably would not be very great for 1 oz loads. I like 20.5 gr Rex II in a Remington hull, Claybusters CB1118 wad and 1 1/8 oz shot, and a Winchester primer -- gets me about 1220 ft/sec. the beav
I have gone through 5 25 lb boxes of REX I, and 4 boxes of REX II and find that it is excellent powder and inexpensive as well. I'm not sure if Connie's still sell in in bulk. I bought 10 25 lb boxes three years ago and only have one of each left.
REX I 17.4 gr. with F616 primer/original WJ II wad.\1 oz. shot in WAA hull great for 16 yd.
REX II as stated above with 1 1/16 oz for handicap. BRGII
I swithched about 2yrs ago from 700x. I use it for 10z but I find it meters very evenly in fact right where I want it. You need to make sure you don't load to light or the loads are kind of eractic. I load 20.0 of rex II. IT is a soft recoil but does not like the cold very well so I keep mine out of the cold till I am ready to go on the line.
I loaded my Active hulls with 20.5 gr of REX 2 using a 12C1 Fed wad and 1 1/8 oz of 7.5s and shot games from 27 on back to the fence and found that it has a very soft recoil compared to GD and destroyed the targets when I done my part. I plan on going to Connies next week and picking up a few kegs of it. I had no problems with metering it in my PW 2000. Loads were within 1/10 of a grain when I weighed several. Residue is comparable to GD I think, but love the soft recoil. Del