The only upgrades I did with my V3 setup was the Lexan lid. Which I think is the best upgrade to do. It’s a lot more thicker, less flex. And being that it’s clear, it allows more light in. I also did the trickler base. It’s heavier. But I think the adjustable base that comes with the V3 AutoTrickler will suffice. I honestly just got the Area 419 ones for aesthetics. Other then that, I really like the glass cup that came with the V3. Works perfectly.Placed my deposit for complete V3 kit a few days ago. I'm way down on the list but can't wait. I assume sometime next month. For those with V3's, are there any upgrades which make life easier from A419 or are the V3's good to go as they are?
I think you're right. I backed the thrower down but it is probably still too close. The thrower is actually accurate enough with ball powder that I could probably get by without trickling.Only time I’ve seen it is when you set the initial drop too close to the final weight.
It’s such a sensitive scale, I believe the inertia from the initial drop can make it think it’s a couple fractions more than it is at first.
Back it down to around 30.0 and see what happens
I bought inserts for both my auto tricklers to help on over throws. There is a guy here on the hide that makes them for the autotrickler.Anyone used the brass reducers on their autotrickler? Anyone see the merit in one? I tend to get overthrows of 0.02 gr every 3-4 but haven't really cared.
I loaded 70 more rounds. I backed the thrower down to 30.10. It drops 30.06 to 30.16. I varied the speed setting. I still had two charges stop short, 30.55 and 30.50. No over charges. I believe the trickler is set up correctly (slightly upward). I'll email Adam and see what he says. I'm not sure of it related but I am dispensing a set 30.61gr and the system mostly stopped at 30.58. I doubt I'll be able to tell the difference but I think I should probably ask for clarification.I think you're right. I backed the thrower down but it is probably still too close. The thrower is actually accurate enough with ball powder that I could probably get by without trickling.