I have come to the conclusion that I should start at 3.5. I'm not looking for a hot round anyways. However I did read one thread that claimed to start at 2.7 to 3.5 max with unique...??? I'm going to try one or two at 2.7 and see what happens(it wont get stuck will it?)..
BOB I do agree that 3.5 is a good starting point.
I am also having issues with the LEE auto disc. I throws inconsistent. Do I have to load the powder by hand with unique since it's kind of a large(not ball) powder? WAY OFF WITH THE AUTO DISC in weight.
Plus I got a used RCBS 5-10 scale and I can't tell if it is calibrated. I have looked for calibration weights but they are all HUGE. I want to calibrate it with something tiny not 100grams or more. Where can I find small weights in grains(if they make them). I tried the PENNY thing and it was pretty darn close. Is a penny good enough to calibrate it so I can weigh 3.5 grains? I know I ask a lot of questions but I have to. I shoot with the family cannot make a mistake.
Thanks for reading