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This powder measure dispenses charge after charge of powder with consistent accuracy to a fraction of a grain. The key to unfailing precision is the 55's unique three slide adjustable cavity. Extra fine adjustments of width and depth provide consistent charges with almost any powder. A 2400 grain reservoir resists chemical action and protects your powder from harmful light rays. An attached knocker assures a complete charge every time. Mount the 55 on your bench or any turret press. No funnel is required. Includes a 7/8" x 14 thread adapter for press or stand mounting.
The 55's unique 3-slide metering bar can precisely dispense any load. From the smallest pistol to the largest rifle with simple adjustments - no changing slides.
The 55's unique rear mounting clamp maximizes versatility in choices of mounting.
WEIGHT: 2.8 lb
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I began reloading for my 257 Ackley Improved in 1955. For many years powder charges were measured with a old Redding scale with a 'oil' damper.
A few years ago, after my second retirement, I got hooked on the AR platform and 9mm.
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So far I really this powder measure. After setting it up, I measured the first ten throws of CFE223 and the were all exactly the same. The manual however needs some work as it doesn't really give much information but the unit is easy to figure out.
Surprise..surprise! It's still made in the USA. As I now have a two loading bench operation the need for two measures was needed as I did not want to move the one back and forth. My old 55 is over twenty years old and very reliable. I opted for a...
Been using a Redding thrower for 40 years and it is no longer consistent especially with flake powders. This fills the bill nicely, all throws with in 1/10 grain. Would recommend to anyone.
Pros: Value for money is great.
Cons: Different metering tha...
My reloading experience began with my brother's Dillon XL650. I just wanted my own press, so I bought a Lyman T-Mag II, and this Lyman No. 55 powder measure was the logical choice to complement it.
Solidly built, has all the 'goodi...