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    Hanging Scales

    Well my scales have went funked and will no long weigh accurately so its time for a new set .
    So whats out there and were from what price.????????

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    Ha ha!

    You let Bogtrotter borrow them I take it!
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    Only 213 ......................

    Cheers

    K
    Last edited by Klenchblaize; 15-04-2013 at 13:54. Reason: Price drop!

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    Northern tools do a 200kg and a 100kg one here for a bargain price:
    http://www.northerntooluk.com/search...hanging+scales
    MS

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    +1 with monkey spanker i have had mine a long time now just calibrated it against a 25kg weight and good to go never had to adjust since, atb wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moray Outfitting View Post
    Ha ha!

    You let Bogtrotter borrow them I take it!
    I will have you know I have broken better stuff than he has ever owned

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    Just out of interest, if you are selling venison (or anything else legally sold by weight), do your scales have to have a check weight calibration certificate that can be inspected by Trading Standards if required? When I was looking at a set of Avery scales for business use, they seemed to be divided into certificated and non-certificated, with the latter being a lot more expensive.

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    It dont really mater to me as long as they do a good job . When writing out cull records its nice to get them close to what they really weigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamant View Post
    Just out of interest, if you are selling venison (or anything else legally sold by weight), do your scales have to have a check weight calibration certificate that can be inspected by Trading Standards if required? When I was looking at a set of Avery scales for business use, they seemed to be divided into certificated and non-certificated, with the latter being a lot more expensive.
    Probably not but its nice to know buy exactly how much the Game Dealer sees fit to sh__t one!

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