Antistatic RCBS Chargemaster Pan

$19.99

Antistatic RCBS Chargemaster Pan

(5 customer reviews)

$19.99

Description

Antistatic RCBS Chargemaster Pan

 The MK Machining Antistatic RCBS Chargemaster Pan is a simple, improved powder pan for your Chargemaster.  Made via additive manufacturing from a special “ESD-Safe” material that holds no static charge.  Our improved pan features a symmetrical design and  pouring spouts on either side for  consistent left or right handed pouring. Print seam has been designed for no impact powder flow regardless of right or left-handed pour. Our improved pan has been designed to increase powder capacity over the stock powder pan for those large loads. Maximized vertical height of walls allows for increased powder capacity and reduces the chance of powder out, with no powder tube interference. We are confident you’ll be very impressed by the quality of these prints, they look nearly molded!  These pans won’t break the bank and fit directly onto the platform of your Chargemaster.

 

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Additional information

Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 2 × .5 × 1 in

5 reviews for Antistatic RCBS Chargemaster Pan

  1. Ryan M (verified owner)

    Vastly superior powder pan than the dinky one provided by RCBS. Large Handle and dual spout make it easy to charge cases!

  2. Ryan G (verified owner)

    Used it twice so far but have had no issues. I really like my three MK products that I purchased and used, especially this one. I’d recommend buying this product.

  3. Bigred (verified owner)

    Ordered two of these pans! One for my RCBS charge master and one for my RCBS charge master lite! Works great with either unit! Would highly recommend this pan for any reloading machine! Love mine

  4. Agent Clark (verified owner)

    Works great, smooth and light, no static. I’m running two, now.

  5. Robert G (verified owner)

    Item does work well, no static, easy to use. Powder seems to flow nice and easy, no hang ups. I like it better than the RCBS pan. My one comment would be that the pan sides are just a little too high. I find that walls of the pan often hit the chargemaster drop tube and some powder drops when it’s not supposed to. It might be me as my coordination has slipped as I get older. I’m 77 and still somewhat competitive in F Open. I would suggest an additional smaller pan in addition to this, a pan more adapted for small powder charges. I throw 37 to 38 gr of powder. Would I buy another if I lost this, you bet. Also, I really like the antistatic inserts I added to my Chargemaster. Reduced powder charge time a whole bunch. For me the process is technique sensitive and my performance improves w practive. I also love my MK throw lever. I just started using the lever on my Savage 12/Sightron F open 6.5. It sure helps during that pesky time when the RO calls ‘shooters, you’re 3 minute prep time begins now’. Any help then makes for a better shoot. I hope these guys stay around the shooting world a loooong time.

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