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Old 07-16-2017, 10:07 AM
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Originally Posted by andyo5 View Post
I have a Dillon RL550B. I have five different powder measures that I use for all the rifle and pistol calibers I load. They are all of similar construction: a clear plastic hopper attached to a metal charging mechanism.
I have Dillons as well. Could it be that wherever you are reloading has high humidity? I have no experience with BE-86, but some powder are more hygroscopic than others. At the other end of the spectrum, maybe your reloading area is super dry and as a result there is a high propensity for static charge buildup. I also use dryer sheets to try to remove the static from my Dillon powder measures.
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