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Old April 13, 2013, 02:26 AM   #35
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Join Date: May 13, 2010
Location: NE Washington
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If you're shooting for match or benchrest,
No, sir. I'm only shooting paper so when I pull the trigger on a coyote, deer, elk etc, I know it's going to hit where it's supposed to.

I gave up on shrinking groups. Felt like I was chasing the wind, and that took all the fun out of it. Paper doesn't taste good anyway.

you owe it to life, limb and eyesight to use something that guarantees 0.1 grain resolution or better

I find myself in somewhat of a predicament here. No doubt the accuracy of your charge is important when shooting near max, but most of the reason I got into reloading was to save $$$$.

I make plywood for a living. I can't afford $350 auto charging RCBS powder dispensers and other overpriced gadgets.
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