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That makes sense!

 
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Old 08-14-2013, 09:51 PM
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Re: That makes sense!

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That's a potential .4grain variance. You can't get a good ES with a variance like that.



Calibrate mine every time. It's about as accurate as yours (+/- 0.2 grains) which is why I verify the loads when it comes to powder it doesn't meter well.
I don't just let it dump and then stuff it in the shell blindly...I adjust it however it needs to be. But since the straw trick I would say majority (85-90%) of the time it meters it dead-on, whereas before it was only metering around 10% dead-on.

It helped significantly.
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