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powder dispener

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by jcountry, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. jcountry

    jcountry

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    I am wondering if anyone has tried out an electric powder dispenser.

    So far, I am doing OK with my Hornady hopper type dispenser... But I am new. I can definitely imagine how that thing would throw all kinds of strange loads once I get beyond small flake powders.

    I am sorta thinking about getting some kind electrical dispenser when I start doing rifle loading, but I am not sure whether it would be worth the money.

    Any experiences with them?
     

  2. PCJim

    PCJim Senior Member

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    Another fan/owner of the ChargeMaster combo unit - scale and dispenser. I use it for precision rifle loads. It will automatically dispense a load while you're seating a bullet. It is fast enough (and accurate, too) to keep up with me when loading/seating 308s.
     
  3. F106 Fan

    F106 Fan

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    I also use a ChargeMaster Combo for precision rifle. I verify the charge with a Dillon D-Terminator. It only takes a second or so to move the pan from one scale to another.

    The Auto Dispense feature is really nice. I pour the charge into a case and place the pan back on the scale. It will automatically start dispensing while I seat the bullet and grab another case. The dispense takes just about as long so everything works out great. A very nice feature.

    Richard
     
  4. gunsup

    gunsup Junior Member

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    +1 on the chargemaster, like others had said; accurate, fast enough and fun to watch.


    Posted using Outdoor Hub Campfire
     
  5. n2extrm

    n2extrm

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    And another for the Chargemaster combo. I have had it 4 or 5 years I guess, maybe more. It is great, but I only use it for precision rifle, checking charges.

    Buy once cry once with a digital scale. The real cheap ones are generally JUNK.