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Powder Scale or Measure?

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Unread 01-18-2008, 11:48 AM
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Edge,

Here is another thread on the Chargemaster:
5000 miles and still working

Trust me, the Chargemaster is THE ONLY game in town. I have had to send over 75% of my stock of the Lyman DPSIII back to Lyman in the short time it has been out. Before that, I sent back every DPSI and DPSII units I had!!

Get the Chargemaster and never look back.
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    GG, I remeber reading that post! Thanks!

    Edge,
    Great thread you just cost me $300 bucks, Im soon to order the chargemaster.

    Thanks everyone!
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    There seems to be a consistent tone in this thread

    Thanks to all.

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    Unread 01-28-2008, 12:54 PM
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    Thanks everyone, I ordered the RCBS Chargemaster Combo from Natchez for $254.95
    Looks like a real good price.

    edge.
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    What great service from Natchez, it arrived yesterday!

    In auto mode it works just a bit slower than throwing and weighing, but there is no thinking involved. Carry on a conversation and wait for the beep. Look at the readout to verify, yes I'm anal, and dump the powder.

    I certainly do not reload enough to justify the expense, but why not make life easier...it is the American way

    I probably will reload more since it is so easy and quick to set up.
    Emptying is quick, but some 3031 sticks in the spirals :(

    The amount of powder left below the feed screw seems a bit excessive, probably a few hundred grains that can't be used automatically, but I like it.

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    I love my chargemaster for extruded powders. I cant say anything bad about it. Getting a couple of those funnel pans can really speed up the process. You can charge one case while the other pan is getting filled.
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    Thanks everyone, I ordered the RCBS Chargemaster Combo from Natchez for $254.95
    Looks like a real good price.

    edge.
    thats the best price out there great tool i love it.
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