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Old September 12, 2013, 03:42 PM   #18
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Set up your reloading process so that you totally minimize the opportunity to double charge your cases. Doing that with Bullseye is a recipe for serious disaster.
Yes. I was lucky in that my pet load was a .45 ACP case just about half-full of Bullseye, had a high-intensity lamp shining down on station 3 and visually checked every cartridge this way. It was just part of the stroking process and didn't cost me any time. Any double-charge would be obvious, but none ever happened with Dillon's excellent powder bar. I still weighed about every 20th or so, which did take time, but I'm a stickler for accuracy.
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