I was discussing reloading with a person in the gunshop the other day when a couple others piped up and put in their .02. I told that guy that when I reload for competition (bullseye). I do not accept any variance in powder. I mean I figure if I'm shooting for an "x" at 25 yards the size of a 50 cent piece wouldn't a 1/10th variance be enough to possibly miss the x ?? Maybe I'm too anal with my reloading technique? Or am I just listening to someone else's sloppy reloading practices? Then again I have heard the same story from several people. To me it seems counter intuitive when your going for accuracy! Hell I even sort headstamps and measure case length at times. Am I trying to be too precise with my pistol reloading? Fwiw I reload on a single stage rcbs, yes it takes me longer than the guys with progressives but, I yet have to experience ANY reloading failures to date.- something I'm quite proud of tbh. Well you've all heard my case.. what say you?? Too anal?? Or am I fighting a mundane battle??