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5. Using a 7/16" wrench, give the powder bar bolt a quarter of a turn clockwise or counter-clockwise as necessary to adjust the powder charge FIG 138. Clockwise will increase the powder charge and vice versa.

Warning: As always, be sure to replace the lid on the powder measure.

6. IMPORTANT! Before measuring the next load, charge the case then empty the powder back into the powder measure. This will allow the powder in the newly adjusted powder bar to settle and give an accurate reading.

7. Replace the cartridge into Station 2 and charge the case. Continue this process until the charge is reading correctly. Once you have achieved the desired powder charge weigh two more charges to insure the powder bar is throwing a consistent charge.

3. Powder Check System Adjustment:

Once the powder bar is throwing the desired charge, the powder check rod can be installed and adjusted.

Warning: A double-charged round (a loaded round with twice as much powder as it should have) can damage your gun as well as cause bodily injury.

Warning: A round loaded without powder can also damage your gun as well as cause bodily injury. If a round without powder is fired in your gun, the detonation of the primer will push the bullet part way down the barrel. If the lodged bullet is not removed before another round is fired, the gun will be damaged.

7. Snug the lock nut with a 3/8" wrench FIG 143.

7. Snug the lock nut with a 3/8" wrench FIG 143.

3. Insert the rod into the powder check die FIG 141.

4. Put on your safety glasses.

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