IGOTGLOCKED Posted January 3, 2017 Share Posted January 3, 2017 I am reloading 9 on a 650 bolted securely (no strong mount) to a 2'x8' bench made with 2x6's all bolted together, no nails or screws. The bench is secured to the wall and bolted to the floor. I have rechecked all the bolts to be sure nothing is loose. The bench is rock solid! I can tell you since securing the bench to the wall and bolting the legs to the floor my 650 runs noticeably smoother. I am loading with mixed head stamps & hi-tek coated 145 gr rn. I ran a hundred rounds yesterday and I have a variance of .010 between the very shortest and the very longest. The majority of which were probably at about .006/7 ish variance. Dillon mentioned in the manual .016 is ok however that really seems like a lot? First how are my variances compared to really good numbers? Second, what am I able to look at to understand what might tighten my COAL variances? Thanks from IGG! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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