RCBS Releases ChargeMaster Lite

By Dave Dolbee published on in General

RCBS is now offering the new ChargeMaster Lite for unparalleled powder-measuring accuracy in a compact package. Read the full release.

RCBS Chargemaster Lite powder measure

RCBS ChargeMaster Lite powder measure

The one-piece unit features an LCD touchscreen display that ensures accurate data input. The hopper holds nearly a pound of smokeless powder, and can dispense anywhere between 2 to 300 grains with a +/-0.1-grain accuracy.

“The ChargeMaster Lite’s ambidextrous scale pan, wind cover, built-in bubble level and powder hopper and quick-drain system give reloaders all the functionality they need for fast, accurate charge dispensing,” said Kent Sakamoto, RCBS Product Manager.

Featuring 120/240 switching power supply, the ChargeMaster Lite is EU/UK/AUS compliant, includes a cleaning brush and two calibration/check weights and has an MSRP of $299.99.

RCBS, a brand of Vista Outdoor, is the leading manufacturer of ammunition reloading equipment for rifles and pistols, offering reloading equipment throughout the world. For more information, please visit www.RCBS.com.

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Comments (2)

  • Jim in Conroe

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    I am seriously considering one of these, and I’m glad to see that RCBS has come out with a (relatively) inexpensiver model. Particularly when loading cylindrical shaped grains of 4350 or 4064, each charge from my powder dispenser needs to be weighed and trickle-adjusted. The owner of the reloading facility at my local gun club clued me in to the advantages of these automatic powder measures during my last visit.

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  • Spencer

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    Personally I’ll stick with my Lyman Ohaus M-5 beam balance scale. It may be slower, but I trust to be more accurate & consistent. I bought it along with my Ohaus DU-O-Measure in 1972 & they still work perfect. Plus or minus .05 grains is easily obtainable for me. I wouldn’t us an electronic digital scale if it was given to me.

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