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De­liv­er­ing pow­der charges that are re­pro­ducible and ac­cu­rate is essen­tial to pro­duc­ing ac­cu­rate reloads. Some reloaders weigh charges on a pow­der scale, which as­sures that th­ese cri­te­ria are met. How­ever, this is a slow process. Pow­der mea­sures that dis­pense a charge with the pull of a han­dle have been around for a long time. They gen­er­ally rely on a ro­tat­ing drum that with a cav­ity, the vol­ume of which can be var­ied to mea­sure the de­sired amount of pow­der.

A quan­tum leap for­ward in this type is the RCBS ChargeMaster Lite that can be set to throw charges that weigh from 2 to 300 grains with ±0.1 grain ac­cu­racy. Un­like some older mea­sures, in which the charge de­liv­ered is ad­justed by means of screws, the new RCBS mea­sure al­lows the user to make set­tings dig­i­tally. De­spite its compact size, it holds just un­der a pound of smoke­less pow­der for un­in­terupted use. This ultra-mod­ern pow­der mea­sure is fast and ac­cu­rate.

MSRP: $300 www.RCBS.com

Photo: Vista Out­doors

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