Which Lee powder dispenser

Auto Disk, Pro Auto Disk, and Auto Drum Powder Measures along with their associated charge bar, disks, and drums.

Re: Which Lee powder dispenser

Postby JohnnyEnfield » 18 Apr 2019 16

CFE pistol meters really well.
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Re: Which Lee powder dispenser

Postby Ohio3Wheels » 18 Apr 2019 18

JohnnyEnfield wrote:CFE pistol meters really well.



Yes, it does. Very consistent.

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Re: Which Lee powder dispenser

Postby Old Scribe » 19 Apr 2019 19

JohnnyEnfield wrote:CFE pistol meters really well.


+1
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Re: Which Lee powder dispenser

Postby GasGuzzler » 20 Apr 2019 04

Old Scribe wrote:
JohnnyEnfield wrote:CFE pistol meters really well.


+1

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Re: Which Lee powder dispenser

Postby Pistolero » 20 Apr 2019 07

I got an Auto Disk with my Loadmaster set up for 9mm. I just bought an Auto Drum as well. I like the Auto Disk just fine, but if you look at Lee's data you'll find some charges where it doesn't work and they suggest an Auto Drum. The price point is so friendly why not have both? You can also get additional drums and have them set for your most used charges. Just install whichever one you want for any given session.
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Re: Which Lee powder dispenser

Postby larryw » 21 May 2019 14

Pistolero wrote:I got an Auto Disk with my Loadmaster set up for 9mm. I just bought an Auto Drum as well. I like the Auto Disk just fine, but if you look at Lee's data you'll find some charges where it doesn't work and they suggest an Auto Drum. The price point is so friendly why not have both? You can also get additional drums and have them set for your most used charges. Just install whichever one you want for any given session.


My 2 Auto Disc units are now on display & Auto Drums are in use.
The Auto Disc were great in there time & I still enjoy messing with
them, especially with the adjustable charge bar but, the Auto Drum
is IMHO head & shoulders above the AD. Very reliable, very repeatable
& so far, no leaks...
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Re: Which Lee powder dispenser

Postby Jabber » 18 Oct 2019 00

I am new to the Auto-drum but so far I think it is one of the best I've tried. Does not do well with black powder though.
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Re: Which Lee powder dispenser

Postby Tonerboy1 » 19 Nov 2019 19

+1 Auto Drum with the extra drums.
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