Re: Need some advice on a powder measure
Wipe the parts down with a dryer sheet (Bounce, or whatever you use).
Also, regardless of brand...
If it's brand new, be sure to tear it down and wash all the parts in warm soapy water to remove all of the mold release agents and anti-rust coatings on the parts...those two things are big static builders and the powder will stick like crazy.
After that wipe it with a dryer sheet and load up the hopper with powder. Just cycle that powder through the measure a few times to deposit some of the graphite from the powder onto the parts. Helps lubricate and makes a nice film that helps drop the static level down.
An old Redding and a brand spanking new Hornady LockNLoad are what I use. Both of em static up so they need a wipedown every now and then too.
Nothing wrong with the RCBS Uniflow, Lyman55, or any of the other metal-bodied measures.
The problem I've seen with the Lee is that it's just plain built too light to get a consistent technique with...
I use a nice firm lever stroke to get consistent charges. Takes a little while to get your own system down...just load up the measure and throw & weigh charges til you find your own consistent technique.