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Best Powder measure
Discussion regarding the reloading of ammunition and tuning of loads for accuracy
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2012 7:10 pm    Post subject: Re: Best Powder measure Reply with quote

Donut Slayer wrote:
Slim, I have a lyman #55 that I got when I first started reloading in high school, circa 1980's. Its yours if you want it. Nothing wrong with it, I just progressed to the Lee perfect then to the hornady LNL auto charge. Its been mounted to my bench for, literally decades, free to you if you want it. Its not black, its the original lyman orange.

Funny I seem to have the same powder measure and from the same era.
I dont use it much since I stopped loading for pistol.
It works fine with flake and ball powders and is a complete pain in the arse with any cylindrical powder.
I do remember that for accurate repeatable results technique was EVERTHING, up to and including which side of your mouth your tongue stuck out.
So find what works repeatedly which ever thrower you use and stick with it, oh and check every 5 to 10 cases in case your tongue got stuck....


Dont do anything you wont like explaining to the paramedics..............
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