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Old April 13, 2013, 02:26 AM   #35
shredder4286
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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.

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