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Old 09-21-2010, 16:31   #3
UltimateReloader
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I'd say the smaller the charge the less deviation in charge weight if you're using the small cavity in the powder measure- this is not always true, but for the charge you list, I think you'd see little deviation, and the RCBS Lock-Out Die should work great. On the XL-650 you can use the Dillon Powder Check system (only works on XL-650 and super 1050) and it's nice because you don't ever get "false positives" which can occur occasionally with the RCBS Lock-Out Die. The Dillon unit costs more, but it's really a matter of what features you're after.
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