Where to buy an auto trickler

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Tim N
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Where to buy an auto trickler

#1 Postby Tim N » Sun Oct 07, 2018 8:05 pm

Hi All,
Just looking for advice on this.
Is there any preferred options or is there only 1 place to buy?
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Re: Where to buy an auto trickler

#2 Postby watrob » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:38 pm

Well it depends on budget, $450, $900 or $2,850 or it depends on, Novice, Experienced or Professional shooter, so where do you stand, I believe my loads are ok, I know my loads are ok or its not my load so it must be me? its bugger is it not?
This also relates to Stocks, Triggers, Barrels, Scopes, Front Rest & Rear Bags, Presses & Die's etc, its an expensive sport at the top end and that actually goes for any Sports?

What I am trying to say here is discipline, practise and the time and effort you want to put into the sport, otherwise buy a Lyman Gen 6 and be done with it, if you rank well you can always upgrade.

But reading the wind will always out preform 0.1 of a grain of powder, not to sure about 0.2 grains though and a Tuner, s--t this is complicated?

I am happy enough with 0.1 of a grain error, specially in the larger grain powders where one granule usually relates to 0.1 grain or close too, found the Qstore pretty good on pricing unless your going to buy in the very high-end and that would mean a purchase direct from the US.

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Re: Where to buy an auto trickler

#3 Postby Tim N » Mon Oct 08, 2018 7:07 am

Hey Watrob,
I have the A&D scales, just need the auto trickler to go with it.
I see myself as someone looking to improve :)
Regards
Tim
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Re: Where to buy an auto trickler

#4 Postby UL1700 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:02 am

Just order from Adam direct. He builds them, packs them and ships direct to australia from his website. Can't get better then that!

https://www.autotrickler.com/

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Re: Where to buy an auto trickler

#5 Postby Tim N » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:58 am

Thanks
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Re: Where to buy an auto trickler

#6 Postby Trevor Rhodes » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:11 am

You might consider Area parts when you get it. Probaly the base of the trickler for a start, the one that comes from Adam will walk if not nailed down.

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Re: Where to buy an auto trickler

#7 Postby Trevor Rhodes » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:12 am

You might consider Area parts when you get it. Probaly the base of the trickler for a start, the one that comes from Adam will walk if not nailed down.

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Re: Where to buy an auto trickler

#8 Postby saum2 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:22 am


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Re: Where to buy an auto trickler

#9 Postby UL1700 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:16 pm

Trevor Rhodes wrote:You might consider Area parts when you get it. Probaly the base of the trickler for a start, the one that comes from Adam will walk if not nailed down.


Not far wrong there...

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