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Old 06-27-2012, 10:44 PM
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BRILLIANT ................... wish I had thought of it. Thanks.
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Thanks guys for the great info ! Now all I nead is a extra large oreo mc flurry
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YO Broz. A great innovator. Why didn't everyone think of that? I'll be doin' that??

BTW Didja ever try a lawnmower motor muffler on a .22? I didn't think of that one either.
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Hey now, I ain't takng credit for this. I been doing it for a long time but I saw it somewhere else first. Just passing it on.

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I use Varget and havent had the problem of over and under charges. Sometimes it has to sit and "think" to trickle that last .1 grain...but it gets it. I also dont run mine in any fast mode....and I calibrate every time it gets turned on.
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Re: Rcbs charge master ???????????

Yep, works



rarely it will still drop a tenth more but a tiny spoon or a Lee dipper and remove a couple of kernels and you're dead on

Or you can set the dispenser to throw short and pull off a few kernels with a sharp objects

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Re: Rcbs charge master ???????????

I've had the McDonald's straw in my Chargemaster as long as I've had it, it definately helps. Another good tip, the next time your at the grocery store go down the laundry aisle and grab a can of anti-static spray. Use it all on/around the measure/scale and it drifts noticably less. I've used dryer sheets for years to wipe down powder measures/funnels/etc. to get rid of the static stick but the spray is easy, cheap and worked better on the Chargemaster. Not my idea, saw it on the internet a while back.
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