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Best powder thrower?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by PinnedAndRecessed, Nov 16, 2006.

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  1. PinnedAndRecessed

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    I'll be loading for 30-06. Press is Redding Boss. Dies are Lyman.

    My other presses are Dillon SD and MEC. But both those have built-in powder throwers.

    So I'll need a quality powder thrower.

    Is it always necessary to use trickler with the thrower, or are some powder dispensers super accurate?

    thanx.
     
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    For me at least, best = Harrell's.

    I have two of their Classics, I use one for BP and another for smokeless. They're a first class operation and their measures are awesome. They don't take CCs and when I ordered mine I asked if they wanted a check or MO. They replied that they'd send the measure, and if I liked it, to send them a check, if not just send back the measure.

    http://www.harrellsprec.com/classic.html

    Really great folks, that make a really great powder measure.

    Chuck
     
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    I've got a Harrells also. The absolute smoothest operating powder measure on the planet.

    Sinclair sells a groovy little stand that is adjustable and removable if you're so inclined. Worth the money in my book.

    Ed
     
  6. Chuck R.

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    Ed,

    Yup, I've got the groovy little stand too! It's rock solid and like all the other Sinclair stuff well-made.

    Chuck
     
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