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Thread: Lee powder dipper

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    Lee powder dipper

    After a powder dipper, as I have to give mine away with the Lee loader set that @MSL is about to receive.

    I use it constantly for metering powder into the scales pan, so was hoping someone had one I could grab. 1.9cc would be great, but anything larger than that would be grand!

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    mate..the whole set is sweet stuff all...reloaders still had them in stock last time I looked. definately less than fifty bucks
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    Haha! Yeah the whole set is cheap enough, but I’m such a minimalist that I can’t bring myself to buy a whole set when I only need 1….

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    you will be surprised at how often and how many of the spoons you will use...unless you have a powder thrower...and even then to whip up less than 20 rounds they are quicker by time you piss around setting up charge bar correctly.
    for trail boss loads...getting START point they are priceless as measure by volume ....
    you will be back to mr whippy teaspoon...and KFC spoon..and mcdonalds one and one from air new zealand if you can...they give em out to stir your cuppa tea,tiny wee things ideal for taking out small amount from pan LOL....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter_Nick View Post
    Haha! Yeah the whole set is cheap enough, but I’m such a minimalist that I can’t bring myself to buy a whole set when I only need 1….
    Take a 9mm pistol case or similar, wind wire around the extraction groove at the bottom and et voilą you have a dipper.

    Adjust volume by dripping candle wax into the bottom, allow to cool and check throws.

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    i have a spare 2.8cc you can have. Just got to pick it up unless your willing to wait awhile for me to send it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roarless20 View Post
    i have a spare 2.8cc you can have. Just got to pick it up unless your willing to wait awhile for me to send it.
    Awesome, thanks @Roarless20. I’ll send you a pm

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    Gunworks have the full sets https://www.gunworks.co.nz/shop/item...er-measure-kit

    And Workshop Innovation have the individual dippers https://reloadingdirect.co.nz/shop/r...owder-measure/
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