Digital scale

unicom

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May 19, 2016
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I’m thinking of getting a digital scale for my reloading bench. What do you guys use


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single stack

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Oct 27, 2011
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FL
I bought a Cabela’s branded digital scale for about $40. It came with two little weights to test it’s accuracy. It works great.
 

Rusty Gun

brass picker
Mar 23, 2010
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Gulf coast
I have a Dillon and it was expensive but it is so sensitive you have to make sure there is no fan Or a/c vent blowing on or near it to get consistent readings. I have had it for 4-5 years and have had zero problems. I think it is called the determinator or something like that.
 

Mills

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Mar 22, 2020
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Texas
I have a Dillon and it was expensive but it is so sensitive you have to make sure there is no fan Or a/c vent blowing on or near it to get consistent readings. I have had it for 4-5 years and have had zero problems. I think it is called the determinator or something like that.
I have that very one, purchased it in Scottsdale at the Dillon store In 2001.
I think is was made by Ohaus, it still works .

My go-to scale is a 1976 vintage Reeding beam scale .

All my stuff is old, sheesh.
 

smittyb

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Nov 12, 2009
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Cut N Shoot
I have a Balance beam, but I just recently took a chance on a National Metallic digital scale simply because it was on sale for $25 at Midwayusa. The reviews are hit or miss, but so far it is working great.
 
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