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Reloading - My Observations #1106581 01/20/22 10:34 PM
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Two years ago I dismantled my reloading bench for a move from southern California to middle Tennessee. My new location has limited space and I took my time rebuilding my reloading bench to be efficient and conserve space. It is now complete and I recently tested my setup with a marathon reloading session.

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Re: Reloading - My Observations [Re: 4x4Wire] #1106583 01/23/22 02:53 AM
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Good times, John. I last helped my dad reload .308 ammo when I was about 5, could barely pull lever to seat the bullet in the shell. Perhaps this experience explains my attraction to beam scales. ??

Re: Reloading - My Observations [Re: 4x4Wire] #1106585 01/23/22 04:41 AM
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Beam scales are seldom used. I have a couple but use a computerized auto dispenser that measures powder amounts very accurate.


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Re: Reloading - My Observations [Re: rxinhed] #1106660 04/03/22 06:40 AM
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We did not have digital scales when you were five.
I bought one of the first electronic scales, pre digital, I expect it is still in the box from when we moved here 24+ years ago, never was worth unpacking.


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