Well it appears we are all on the same page. My effort was to see what equipment some of us had, and what they like or did not like about the powder measure. I have an old Lyamn 55 Iíve had it since 68, Iíve placed it in semi-retirement, it will throw a nice charge; but itís chore to setup! Have a RCBS electronic thingy digital measure with scale; itís dam accurate BUT SLOW, if you time everything right you can go about and write notes, go use the head, answer the phone, and come back; OK Iím exaggerating a little! Iíve recently acquired a Hornaday measure, have one on the Hornaday Progressive, and another on the bench. It likes some powder, and not others; perhaps it needs a break in period. Iím not too happy with it, with the mic/adjustment it is very touchy; the one on the progressive seems to work better. I may take your advice and send it back to Hornaday, and have them look at it. I agree 100% with the exception of the digital (I donít know if Iíll live long enough to do a 100 cases with it) I trickle my accuracy loads; makes a BIG DIFFERNCE, and always when approaching that maximum level; youíre an idiot if you donít! I.E. the picture of blown up firearmsÖ. What else is out there, any one have anything about Lee???? Redding????
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