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Old 12-30-2020, 09:19 PM
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If it bothers you to see your press and powder dispensers turn color from the powder, it did me you might want to check out A outfit called DRAM WORX.com. They offer made in the USA, glass vessels for pretty much any press etc. Got a couple for my RCBS CHARGEMASTERS and one for my Redding powder dispenser. Was quite impressed considering what is on the markets these days. So much so I ordered two sets for my PW Shotgun presses. I have NO interest in this company other than I am one very happy customer. Give yourself a treat.
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Old 12-30-2020, 10:23 PM
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I'm new at this, but is there a concern of static electricity from the plastic or glass powder bottles on the presses? I'd think that glass would have a slicker surface, and the powder level would drop more smoothly. I'd think "plastic" would be "stickier".
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Old 12-30-2020, 10:48 PM
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...would make a great hopper. Just not as unbreakable as plastic.
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Watch out for that link: it takes you to the WORX website, not DramWorx, btw..


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Watch out for that link: it takes you to the WORX website, not DramWorx, btw..
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Old 12-31-2020, 08:24 PM
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sorry for the bad link even ole guys get excited now and then. Even so, yes glass does break but to me the trade off is worth it. No Static and powder wont discolor as in plastic. Mine were getting so bad it was hard to see whats inside.. They are not cheap, but worth it to me. Must be to others since they have been in business since 2017-- a Virginia Company also--
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I paid my money. Very happy with my purchase. A hand operated air duster from film photography days cleans the hopper.

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