New to reloading, I am trying to come up with a mild 44 special in Unique for my chopped-down Charter Bulldogs. The system I’m using doesn’t measure out powder accurately or consistently enough for making pistol cartridges. Maybe it’s good enough for rifle volumes; I don’t know. But if it’s difficult to measure 44 powder volumes, I don’t see how I’m ever going to do 32 acp! I’m using three things right now: 1. Lee scoops, modified for volume. Problem: depending on how you scoop and tap, it comes out +/- a tenth or more. 2. Lee Auto Drum. Problem: Varies by a couple tenths or so. 3. Lee balance Problem: Weird “strobe” hashmarks only accurate down to +\- about three tenths of a grain, meaning you are basically working in full-grain increments. Is there a better way to measure out pistol powder ?