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RCBS Powder Trickler 2

RCBS Powder Trickler 2

Features a height-adjustable, non-skid base and a powder tube extension designed to help reach scale pans on electronic scales.

Features a height-adjustable, non-skid base and a powder tube extension designed to help reach scale pans on electronic scales, which can be tough to access with conventional tricklers. Upgrade kit is available to convert existing RCBS tricklers. $23 (upgrade kit, $7). www.rcbs.com

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