DAA Dillon Powder Bar Adjustment Knob Version 2 by Double Alpha Academy
The DAA Click-Adjustable Powder Knob V2, is the 2nd generation offering from DAA. Building on the experience and feedback of the first model, this one is, simply put, better!
The two piece aluminum structure eliminates the need to tie the base piece to the powder dropper, and the assembled spring-loaded steel balls (2 of them, for smoother function) make assembly a breeze. (No more battling with trying to keep the steel ball in place which assembling the knob!)
The DAA Click-Adjustable Powder Knob V2 makes setting and adjusting your powder charge much easier and more precise. And it looks so cool too!
The large 32mm round, aluminum machined and laser engraved knob, is knurled around the outer edge making it easy and convenient to rotate the bolt and adjust the charge. The two piece system includes two spring-ball assemblies, which click over pockets in the back of the knob, creating loud audible clicks to accurately rotate the dial in steps of 18deg, 20 clicks per rotation. These adjustments are easily small enough for any practical adjustment of the measured powder charge.
The laser engraved dial indicates direction for increasing or decreasing the charge, and the numbers make it easy to keep track of what the correct position should be for one load or another.
The DAA Click-Adjustable Powder Knob V2 assembles in seconds on your existing Dillon powder dispenser adjustment bolt. A 2mm helen key is required (not included)
Designed for use on the Small Dillon Charge bar. Does not fit the large Rifle charge bar!
Watch the video for assembly instructions.
I have been using this for a couple years. Makes switching between powders and tool heads way easier. I’m able to dial right back to my load.. I always verify the loads on the scale and this is definitely repeatable enough for handgun loads.
The DAA Dillon Powder Bar Adjustment Knob Version 2 by Double Alpha Academy was easy to install and should make the powder adjustment much easier with detents. I have not had a chance to use it yet but much better that the wrench and bolt method. I think it will make it much easier to change powders and loads. My plan is to set it to 0 then keep a log of the number of turns required for different powders and loads. Have to wait for loading components to try it.
This installed easily, but I have not had a chance to use it yet. Looks like it should work great.
Works great, easy install. Makes working up loads allot easier. Every 1 to 2 clicks is about .1 grains with tight group at least. Will buy another soon for my 9mm powder bar.
I received this the other day and after watching the video, installed it easily. I thunk they should have included some sort of instructions or direct link to the video, but it wasn't too difficult to find. The adjustment know serves two purposes. It prevents the adjustment know from rotating and walking when loading ammo (I had this happen previously) and it allows precise adjustment of the powder throw. I found the precision of the clicks to work well. The only downside is there isn't any rev counter so to go back and forth between large adjustments, you have to note revs and clicks instead of just having a single setting to keep track of. It's also not readily apparent what rev it's on, just from looking at it. It really does make adjustment easier though and keeps it adjusted through long loading sessions. If definitely recommend it.