I just sat down to load a small batch of test bullets for the range tomorrow, and i was planning on loading 5.9gr of unique for 230FMJ. I set up the dispenser, and the first couple measurements came out at 5.9, 6.0, 5.7, 5.9, 6.1....basically there was a .2gr error range. Is this normal? I decided to back down a little just in case, and my random test measurements were between 5.6 and 5.9. Should be OK, right? Secondly, is there any trick to get the spent primers to land IN the catch tray? I swear half of them go flying onto the floor. Finally, I had TWO rounds out of 50 that didnt fit in the case gauge.....they stick out slightly They were the first two rounds i made tonight. OAL is normal (1.25) and i ran them through the seating and crimping dies twice, but still no-go. The only thing i know could have caused this was there was a spent primer UNDER the shell plate (another that missed the damn bin), but that shouldn't have anything to do with the seating/crimp, but maybe they didnt get resized since the primer blocked the shellplate from reaching the full downward position? And no.....i don't have an ex-wife that can test fire those two F'ed up rounds Wanna kill these ads? We can help!