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Old March 15, 2012, 09:54 PM   #23
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Depends on what I'm loading.

For most handgun practice loads (light loads) I use a Lyman 55, look down into the cases to make sure they look the same (to prevent double-charging when I use fast powders), then check a few at random with the scale. They're usually within 0.1 grains, which is good enough for target practice.

For rifle, near maximum handgun loads, or something that needs to be very consistent I use a dipper with a scale, then trickle up.
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