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Old 02-24-2018, 11:25 AM
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I have had the exact same experiences with Uni FLow and baffle. I might add that IMR 4064 meters like gravel. If anyone has the secret to it dropping consistently from any powder measure, please educate me.
It does work well with an auto trickler... Not a powder measure, but it works nearly as fast.

https://www.autotrickler.com/auto-trickler.html
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Old 03-03-2018, 08:35 AM
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It does work well with an auto trickler... Not a powder measure, but it works nearly as fast.

https://www.autotrickler.com/auto-trickler.html
Sir...the measure on this auto setup is the Lee model. Does it really drop charges closer to settings than a Uniflow. I mean to say..less variance than
a Uniflow?
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Old 03-03-2018, 02:04 PM
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I bought one Thursday and used it today to load 308 with Varget. It is not
perfect, but I found a definite improvement. My LGS had it for $7.50 well
worth it.
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Old 03-03-2018, 07:04 PM
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Sir...the measure on this auto setup is the Lee model. Does it really drop charges closer to settings than a Uniflow. I mean to say..less variance than
a Uniflow?
It automatically trickles the powder much like a charge master. So, the powder measure itself, no. But with the trickler, you get +- 0.02. This number is coming from a lab grade scale with a lab grade sensor, so it's a real number. The scale is not temperature sensitive, and it works great. I have the model that does not have the powder measure, and if I throw a short charge and use the trickler, each charge, overall, takes ten seconds or so. Most folks are using powder measures to save time, and this system saves A LOT of time. I don't like the corporate-reloading autocharges. I don't trust them. I waited and bought this thing. Fast, perfect charge. Not exactly a manual, volumetric powder measure for 4064, but nearly as fast (and you get a perfect charge).

Watch the video linked above. It's a pretty neat system.

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