Forums / Gun Discussion / Reloading Scale

3 years 20 weeks ago, 1:19 AM

Smiter

Smiter's picture

Rank:
Lieutenant Colonel
Points:
103
Join Date:
Feb 2010
Reloading Scale

I have been toying with reloading for awhile now and would like to know if anybody has any recomendations on a good digital scale that is'n going to break the bank.

Live by the sword, die by the Kimber
3 years 20 weeks ago, 8:42 PM

ronin1604

ronin1604's picture

Rank:
Lieutenant General
Points:
801
Join Date:
Aug 2008
Location:
killeen, texas
Scales...

I use the hornady (lock-n-load?) digital scale. I like it, but has a tendency to throw .1 grains off, so have to compensate and adjust for it. I just double check every charge on my beam scale before loading.

__________________ "...He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one." - Jesus, Luke 22:36
3 years 20 weeks ago, 5:45 PM

dlance

dlance's picture

Rank:
Corporal
Points:
4
Join Date:
Dec 2011
scale

I use the Hornady also. I think I paid around $20 on sale from Midway. It does float a bit but if you calibrate it after it sits for about 10 minutes, check 3 charges in a row and recheck every 20-50 rounds it works well. I hand load my rifle rounds one at a time on a single stage press.

Who's Online

Guns Lot Activity
Users
Currently Active Users: 1110 (1 member and 1109 guests)
teko52

Users Active within the last 24 hours
teko52, daisycutter, captmax, tallguy007, nobile157, jf.chandler sr., runverrich
Guns Lot Statistics
Stats Topics: 8,750, Comments: 162,471, Members: 23,517
Welcome our newest member: Hank6046

Recent Activity