DAA Magnetic Powder Check 2.0
Works great on my lee pro6000 and pro4000. A couple of quirks:
- Certain powders like to stick on the contact rod. I primarily run TG and traces amount of powder like to stick on the rod, where said powder winds up on the shell plate and starts to accumulate after ~300-400 loadings. This is minor and workable.
- Watching a video on the DAA powder cop die, they seemed to remove the feature of adjusting the sensitivity of the sensor. I have ran into situations where internal case volume variances (i.e. 223/556 mixed HS brass) would cause the alarm to go off due to the sensor reading outside its parameters. Because of this, I resorted in disabling the alarm and running it as a manual powder cop die.
Overall, I bought this to monitor pistol powder drops as differences in half a grain can result in either an underpowered load or unwanted pressure spikes. It seems to do just fine for that purpose, but I feel like the fixed sensitivity of the sensor limits the application of this powder cop die.