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    Reloading scales what everyone using

    Just got all my reloading equipment and have started to reload I've been using the lee safety scales and I am not that impressed with them. I've been looking about and I was thinking of getting RCBS Rangemaster 750 Electronic Powder scale from opticswarehouse its down to 109 pound seams like a great deal or should I get the charge master combo which is about 320. Thoughts or anyones experience with either would be great.



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    RCBS 5-0-2.

    I started off with a cheapie electronic one but got fed up of random variations of +/- 0.7 grains.....

    Unless you load enough to warrant a powder thrower the damped balance beam scale is the way forward in my opinions, for hunters at least.

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    RCBS 5-0-5 for me ,also have a small electronic scale for back up .

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    Quote Originally Posted by david1976 View Post
    I've also started with these but the variance is pretty high...

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    RCBS 505, i wouldn't mind the charge master combo myself though wish i'd got one from the start.

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    Lyman 500 and a old set of CH undamped scales for checks every now and then to make sure they both agree.

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    RCBS beam scale, Mod. 304 `Dial-a-Grain`, over 30 years faultless service.
    Currently set for 40.5 grains.

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    I started with the Lee ones, didn't like them, borrowed a set of Lyman 500 scales and loved them, bought a new set and found the base is now cheap plastic
    Now have RCBS 5-0-5 scales, so much better than all I have tried including a few cheap digital sets.
    I may add the An altogether better trickler - An altogether better trickler at a later date.


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