I personally will not throw powder in one then seat a bullet on it. Too easy to just seat a bullet on it or double charge it.
I think you accidentally a word there somewhere. Can you please elaborate?
Ok, say you have a pile of primed and prepped brass sitting there on the bench and you put powder in one then put it in the press and put a bullet on it and seat it. That works just fine as long as it happens every time, however it is a known fact that sometimes when doing this the op will just grab a brass put it in the shell holder and seat a bullet on it. One after the other over and over right??? Monotonus right??? Your attention drifts......... Ever heard of a "squib"? (A round with no powder in it.) That is how squibs come to be. Just one moment of complete attention. What is even worse is when a casing gets a double charge. Same deal, lack of complete attention. Now, by using the loading board as I instructed, this will never happen to you as long as you get all other brass out of reach while you are seating bullets. Yes, it is also easy to grab a casing with no powder in it and seat a bullet on it if you have some sitting there near the ones in the board. I don't claim to be perfect and know I can mess up, so I like to do all possible to limit the chance of a boo-boo. This procedure I explained with the loading board has been absolutely foolproof for me for many years.
I think my loading board holds around 50.
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