Been using the straw trick for years and years. In my first Lyman 1200 and now in the chargemaster. Its just something that needs done to all of them. After this they will drop to the 10th gr and only miss maybe one out of 25 or so.
Cool, thanks for the info. I'll give it a try tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by WildRose
The 284 is to the STW what a tricycle is to a Ninja.
Need to look up the Triboelectric Series. You will find that PVC's, rubber et. al. are on the bottom of the list meaning they are the LEAST likely to discharge static electricity. That is mainly what most shop vac hoses are made of.
After all they wrap electric wire in PVC or something similar
More dangerous to load while standing on carpet and the static electricity accumulated in your body to discharge onto your brass
Once saw a video where a bunch of black powder was blasted by an electric arc and it did not ignite
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I watched an excellent video on YouTube on modifications to the RCBS ChargeMaster about 6 months ago. I think it was by LoneWolf USMC or 8541 Tactical. He has a channel on YouTube that is pretty good.
The video went step by step thru several different modifications to the unit. You can change how close the motor spins on the faster setting, then medium, and the slow trickle to get to the correct weight. It was a great video sorry but I can't find it right now. I'll try and find it later and post a link.