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    scales

    My weigh scales broke . So what weigh scales are you lads using
    If its hit its history / If its missed its a mystery

    A gun is always loaded .A mule always kicks

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    Old set of RCBS 304 made, as most were then, by Ohaus. All these loading scales. from 5-0-5, to 5-0-10 and Lyman's equivalent weigh no better than 1/10th of a grain. Cost means, here, ease of use not increase of preciseness.

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    I'm done with digital scales they keep breaking down on my.......went back to Redding model 2 beam scale, great scale. You will be happy with Redding or RCBS beam scales !

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    I use a set of Allan Edwards tuned Dillon scales with his web cam and tablet along with his target master trickler awesome combo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Spanker View Post
    These off Ebay:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/833133B-30...AAAOSwwpdW2GQo
    Bloody brilliant for the price!
    MS
    sorry should of said for weighing shot deer .
    cheers for that MS but sold out have seen some more simular so will order a set
    If its hit its history / If its missed its a mystery

    A gun is always loaded .A mule always kicks

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    RCBS /Ohaus. 5-0-5
    Ditto. Great scales. Last forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hybridfiat View Post
    RCBS /Ohaus. 5-0-5
    Ditto. Great scales. Last forever.

    He doesn't want reloading scales!
    He shoots deer and wants to weigh them!
    MS

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