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Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Shagg, Jan 23, 2015.

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  1. Shagg

    Shagg Member

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    Anyone use a Belding & Mull powder measure? I've got one that I really like. I got rid of my uniflow after I started using the B & M. It works a lot better for me. Mine is used and I didn't know what I had when I first got it because I hadn't even heard of it.
     
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  3. Laphroaig

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    Never used or even saw one. What are the advantages?

    I began my reloading career on Belding and Mull equipment years ago. I see that they still have a shop open in Phillipsburg PA. I'm going to stop there next time I'm in the vicinity.

    Laphroaig
     
  4. fguffey

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    Laphroaig, I made a reference to my B&M as a 'VISIBLE', No one knew what I was talking about.

    I have Little Dandy powder measures with the rotors, I have the Ohaus and Lyman. Then I have the Uniflow measures with the two drums that fit my progressive presses. I am happy with all of them including the Dillon, I have most of the bars, I do not have the special order extra large bar for the Dillon.

    F. Guffey
     
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