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bruce moulds
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has anyone experience with

#1 Postby bruce moulds » Wed Mar 07, 2018 5:46 pm

one of these.

http://www.quick-measure.com

slowly seeing more positive reports on their accuracy.
keep safe,
bruce.
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Re: has anyone experience with

#2 Postby RJNEILSEN » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:04 pm

It claims it "cannot cut powder". Wouldn't it be more accurate if it did?

Cheers,
Ryan.

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#3 Postby bruce moulds » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:15 pm

ryan,
they seem to consider that a strength.
guys using them claim +/- 0.1 gns with medium to fine powder and +/- 0.2 gns with coarse stick powder.
better than i can do with a redding and coarse smokeless powder.
better than i can do with a lyman and swiss 1.5f black powder, which users of this machine rate at +/- 0.1.
keep safe,
bruce.
"SUCH IS LIFE" Edward Kelly 11 nov 1880

http://youtu.be/YRaRCCZjdTM

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Re: has anyone experience with

#4 Postby daj » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:57 pm

Bruce, I bought one back in 2006 and used it for a few months. It did not cut the powder and was smooth and accurate to +/-0.2gns with '08 & '09. I had occasional problems with powder clumping in the hopper when it was humid so went back to using my Redding. In fairness to the manufacturer, current models may well be an improved design.

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#5 Postby Barry Davies » Thu Mar 08, 2018 6:43 am

For ultra accurate loads you still need to weigh. So where is the advantage?
Barry

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#6 Postby bruce moulds » Thu Mar 08, 2018 7:31 pm

you are right.
just throw and weigh as now and save the dough.
thanks guys.
keep safe,
bruce.
"SUCH IS LIFE" Edward Kelly 11 nov 1880

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