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Old May 21, 2012, 02:22 AM   #13
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Their all good measures.
I have several Redding back in the 1960s were my first,
and do own two of the Culver's as well.
Always do five or sex dumps after setting the powder drop to allow the powder to settle down.
Once your load is dialed in then put 10 times the load into a pan and weigh it. any amount of inconsistency will become apparent. Its like looking at your load with a 10 power microscope. that will get you the consistent load using a powder dump measure.
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