If they group then I don't care what they weigh.
It's only trying to work out why one tin from one batch will little fingernail at 55 and another seemingly identical pellet could fail to hit a disc at 55 that got me into weighing.
All I've been able to determine is that while sizing weighing and linking helps improve a less than ideal batch it won't make it as good as a good one. And there seems no rhyme or reason as to why some batches are good and others aren't.
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