What’s your method for measuring powder? No matter if you’re using scoops or an auto dispensing method like the RCBS Chargemaster 1500, what’s your method for accurate powder measures? And what’s your reasoning for doing it this way? I’m just starting with rifle reloading, but so far this seems to work for me. -I use a Lee Perfect Powder measurer set to 2/10’s of a grain below my desired powder weight. I dispense into the actual case I’m planning to load. (I would like to dispense directly into the tray I use on the scale but every way I tried some powder would ricochet out.) -I dump the powder into the tray sitting on a digital scale. Give the case a couple taps to make sure it all came out. -I set that case on the opposite side of my loading tray that holds up to 50 cases. And immediately put the funnel on top of that case to keep track of it. -I use a powder trickler for the last couple tenths of a grain into the tray on the scale. (I also use calibration weights for my digital scale). -This takes only about 5 extra seconds but then I will lift the tray off and put it back on the scale 3 times and make sure the readings are the same. I noticed sometimes it would change by 1/10th. That just means I needed to just trickle in a couple extra granules of powder and do my test again because it was that close. -Take the tray off the scale and dump it into the funnel that's sitting on the case. Then move onto the next case and start the process over. -I finish by shinning a flashlight into all of the cases to verify nothing goofy happened during my process.