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Post by funski 2/3/2023, 10:13 am

Opinions on powder baffles.  Are you OK
 with the Dillon or do you switch them out and which one do you use?   I did a search couldn't find anything.

Thanks in advance
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Post by SingleActionAndrew 2/3/2023, 10:42 am

I use the dramworx Pyrex powder hoppers and they come with a baffle. No cling, no discoloration over time with the glass.
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Post by SteveT 2/3/2023, 12:44 pm

I've never tested baffle vs no baffle. It seems like a good idea, so I use it. I've never had a problem with Dillon, Hornady or RCBS original baffles. I find it hard to believe there would be much difference in performance between them or any after market versions.

whenever I start a new loading session I drop 10 or so charges before weighing a couple of charges to work through any powder that might have settled.
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Post by jglenn21 2/3/2023, 9:29 pm

I use the prairie dog.perfect.powder baffle in all my dillon tubes on top of the Dillon baffle. I do think the baffle has helped. I like that you can twist the baffle around to different positions.
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