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Old Today, 08:23 AM   #26
F. Guffey
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Get the micrometer adjustable stem for the Uniflow. It makes it much easier to reset powder charges. Once the proper charge is established record the data and the next time you load for that caliber set micrometer stem to setting recorded and you are off to the races. Worth the $45 in my opinion.
The micro/adjusters are nice-and expensive. All of my bullet seating dies are micro adjustable at no extra cost because I measure the height of the stem above the die (for example), when I want to seat a bullet .010" shorter I lower the stem .010". When measuring the height of the stem I use a height gage or a dial caliper. I do the same when using the Uniflow powder measure,

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