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lee auto disk powder measure inconsistent

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Fwdftw, May 19, 2011.

  1. Colorado4Wheel

    Colorado4Wheel

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    I had horrible squib issues with the adjustable bar. Others have as well with light charges.
     
  2. Wash-ar15

    Wash-ar15

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    Yes +1. Mine been sitting in the box for years
     


  3. PsychoKnight

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    Very true, I've heard that too. I never shot at the lower end so it was never an issue for me.
     
  4. Uncle Don

    Uncle Don Wood butcher

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    I have one too but not for anything light. Actually, I use it for small rifle loads by setting it at half the charge, then activating it twice. For anything that must be very accurate, I just use a dipper and weigh.

    My preference is the disc because they can't change - once I have a verified load, no more checking is necessary.
     
  5. PsychoKnight

    PsychoKnight

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    You don't like the double disk kit, or haven't given it a try yet?
     
  6. Uncle Don

    Uncle Don Wood butcher

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    I haven't tried it - probably should but the other method has worked pretty well. Probably wrong, but finding a charge you want with two disc combinations seemed like it would be complex.
     
  7. Bultx1215

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    Lee provides a chart with the disc combination volumes. You just translate it to the volume of powder you want using their charts and it gets close depending on the powder.