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anyone try one of these RCBS attachments?

RCBStrickler.jpg

thinking of getting an RCBS Uniflow and thought this looked like a good idea. It is their new trickler/stand that attaches to the uniflow.

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  • Tailgunner1954Tailgunner1954 Member Posts: 7,815
    edited November -1
    I like my trickler to be near my scale, I like my powder measure to be accesable to a loading block. IOW I weigh my "good loads" but simply "drop" my plinking stuff.

    That looks like it could get in the way to me.
  • dclocodcloco Member Posts: 2,967
    edited November -1
    goldeneagle76 - I have yet to see one in person...but ordered one from midwayusa last night...they are on sale.
  • goldeneagle76goldeneagle76 Member Posts: 4,359
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by dcloco
    goldeneagle76 - I have yet to see one in person...but ordered one from midwayusa last night...they are on sale.




    I put it on my Christmas list for the wife to get...I saw it on the RCBS website and thought it was a good idea. Also saw the sale at Midway. If you could, when you get it and try it, let me know how yo ulike it.
  • goldeneagle76goldeneagle76 Member Posts: 4,359
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Tailgunner1954
    I like my trickler to be near my scale, I like my powder measure to be accesable to a loading block. IOW I weigh my "good loads" but simply "drop" my plinking stuff.

    That looks like it could get in the way to me.


    I would only be using it for my "good" or hunting loads. My Lee Auto disk handles the plinker stuff just fine but no where near good enough for precise measuring.
  • goldeneagle76goldeneagle76 Member Posts: 4,359
    edited November -1
    is that stand metal or plastic, cannot tell from the pic. Although, being RCBS my guess would be metal.
  • JustCJustC Member, Moderator Posts: 16,035 ******
    edited November -1
    give it a go,..look interesting although I find a simple drop tube works well enough for me. I throw very little, but will be using mine more in the future with ball powders and plinking guns. Anything for accuracy work gets trickled onto a digital scale.

    anyway, if it doesn't work to your expectations, flip it. They can't be too expensive,..and in the handloading game,...I have spent tons to find out a don't like some thing. That's the nature of the beast.[;)]
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