Just new into reloading, made my first steps with help from a friend and his gear. We made up 6 diffrent loads ( 3 rounds each load) for my 243. The man uses a RCBS 10-10 scale. It took very long to make up these 18 bullets. Reading my previuos topics from this week and a lot more on this forum, I want to make it easier. Is there a traditional powder measure that is reliable throwing loads to use straight in the case without measuring ? I mean checking maybe 1 in 10 rounds or so. I also doubt the possibility to have the scale always 100% straight at the zero level. Maybe the Targetmatser will help here. But would prefer a digital scale as this has much better visibilty and a lot easier to read the values.
Is there a powder measure that you can adjust on 1 load, using an electronic scale, and that will throw the same load again and again?
A man advised me to buy the Lee meausures ( unexpensive) and buy one for every load and leave it untouched once it throws the correct load.
Seeing the quickness of the Lyman Gen6 ( and Gen5) on the net stays appealing. It's possible to work up loads with ( 0.4 in between) in seconds.