Targetmaster powder trickler

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by trazman, Oct 10, 2013.

  1. trazman

    trazman Well-Known Member

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  2. Tikkamike

    Tikkamike Well-Known Member

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    im a little skeptical because with a beam scale it always takes a little bouncing for it to level out as you trickle like as in inertia makes it go past the line then it comes back down and you adjust from there... its probably pretty good. Depends on price I guess. cause you could definitly finess it to work im sure if there were any issues. but the chargemaster is pretty hard to beat
     
  3. g0rd0

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    good idea. But, for my money I would get an auto powder dispenser from Hornady, (Sinclairs $239.99us).
    120 pounds sterling = aprx $185.00us add the shipping and insurance then the bonding fees and taxes that would bring it all the way up to at least $240us. Then you need to set up 4 pieces of kit to show your charge when the auto dispensers are all in 1.
    All in all a nice idea as an add on
     
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    I am from Europe and this stuff(RCBS Chargemaster) is 450-500eur which would be more than 550$ and because of this I am looking for Targetmaster powder trickler...
     
  5. Tikkamike

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    email Brian at Shoot-Long | Long Range Rifles, Long Range Shooting he has great prices and ships internationally. he may be able to get it for you much cheaper
     
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