Automatic Charge Dispensers-Scales

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Bucky23kv
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Automatic Charge Dispensers-Scales

Postby Bucky23kv » Thu Jan 02, 2020 8:45 pm

Has anyone used the automatic charge dispenser/scales for Alliant Steel or Lil Gun? I'm trying to figure out a way to 'automate' the weighing process a little bit and just wanted to get feedback before dropping the cash.



manchap
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Re: Automatic Charge Dispensers-Scales

Postby manchap » Fri Jan 03, 2020 8:34 am

I use Lyman gen6 with these powders

A Steel
A381
Maxim SSB150
H110
Vhit N140
Varget
Bluedot
Herco
Clays
A1
Ao
H4198
Lovex D063 (AA1680)

All meter just fine



Bucky23kv
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Re: Automatic Charge Dispensers-Scales

Postby Bucky23kv » Fri Jan 03, 2020 1:35 pm




manchap
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Re: Automatic Charge Dispensers-Scales

Postby manchap » Fri Jan 03, 2020 9:40 pm

Yes thats the one, just make sure between powders if you do use different types to clean it out thoroughly.



UPEgger
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Re: Automatic Charge Dispensers-Scales

Postby UPEgger » Sat Jan 04, 2020 3:13 pm

I have the RCBS Chargemaster Lite. I love it. A little mistrusting at first; then after weighing a lot of "metered" charges I find the Chargemaster Lite to be metering extremely consistent charges. I do need to let it warm up for 15 minutes and then calibrate before beginning each loading session. This step was in the instructions that came with the Chargemaster Lite. Minor inconvenience. I use it for Steel, Lil Gun and 300MP, so far.

Carl L.




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