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#6187977 - 02/17/16 06:20 PM Handgun reloaders, how do you charge?
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Registered: 06/29/11
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Loc: Frisco, Texas
When charging your cases, what is the fastest method?

1. Lee Dipper
2. Little Dandy
3. Regular powder measure
4. scale (balance Beam)
5. Chargemaster, will they meter small charges of Trail Boss, ETC?

How about for bullseye, match loads, Balance beam each case?
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#6188008 - 02/17/16 06:44 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
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I use my Dillon 550 for 9mm and 45acp. I use ball, flake powder so I can maintain plenty tight tolerance. I reload for target but I believe they would be fine for silhouettes also.
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#6188043 - 02/17/16 07:13 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Loc: Dallas / Fort Worth Area
I have been using a Charge Master.
I had over charge issues until I implemented the "Straw Trick".

There are other Nozzle Cures if you look a few posts back.

It can also be reprogrammed, but I haven't done that.

It seems slow, but when using a single stage press, the next charge is ready about the time you have seated the boolit from the previous throw.

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#6188116 - 02/17/16 08:09 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
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I use a charger for most mid range or light loads and never had a problem. If I am doing hunting loads with a full charge then
I weigh each charge just to be safe.
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#6188168 - 02/17/16 08:51 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Registered: 12/15/13
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Loc: Cooke County, Texas
RCBS Uniflow checked on an Lyman balance beam every 10-20 fills. I also have a back up electric to help verify.

That's single stage.

I use an Auto-Disc on the turret (when I rarely use the turret).
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#6188213 - 02/17/16 09:22 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Loc: Wise Co.
UniFlow. It's quick, easy, and most handgun powders meter well enough through it.
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#6188226 - 02/17/16 09:29 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Any kind of a powder dump will work fine, if not on a progressive press.
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#6188436 - 02/18/16 06:23 AM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
victor454 Offline
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Registered: 10/13/13
Posts: 148
Loc: Aledo
UniFlow. Works for me.

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#6188461 - 02/18/16 06:53 AM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
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RCBS Uniflow. I weigh check every fifth round on rifle and pistol.
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#6188483 - 02/18/16 07:11 AM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
bobsumner Offline
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Registered: 09/03/13
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Dillon 650 using a Uniquetek Micrometer powder bar.

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#6188584 - 02/18/16 08:05 AM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
Maddog Offline
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Registered: 12/25/05
Posts: 160
I use a Lee, powder through the expander die. It works pretty good.

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#6188648 - 02/18/16 08:28 AM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Use my chargemaster for everything. I find if I let it warm up for a good amount of time it reduces the number of overthrows.
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#6190121 - 02/18/16 08:57 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: BassCat'99]
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Originally Posted By: BassCat'99
I use my Dillon 550 for 9mm and 45acp. I use ball, flake powder so I can maintain plenty tight tolerance. I reload for target but I believe they would be fine for silhouettes also.


Same.
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#6190140 - 02/18/16 09:07 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: bar-d]
Elpatoloco Offline
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Registered: 07/10/15
Posts: 291
Originally Posted By: bar-d
RCBS Uniflow. I weigh check every fifth round on rifle and pistol.


^^^This. I load strictly for accuracy and I hunt with handguns.

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#6190306 - 02/18/16 11:24 PM Re: Handgun reloaders, how do you charge? [Re: Buzzsaw]
phantom Offline
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Registered: 10/14/08
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dillon for 9mm 40 and 45acp. I dont like to load by volume on anything else. I hunt with 44 mag 500 s&w and .357 all loaded by weight on single stage..
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