auto ammunition scale: would you buy one?
I made a stand alone "semi-auto" amuunition scale that I use. i built it mainly for myself, but I may try and sell the design.
I quickly weigh each round before it gets put into an ammunition box either for a range trip or long term storage, the scale is sensitive enough that it will detect, no powder, double powder charge, no primer. In fact it will detect even small differences in weight, say from a different brand of case, or an incorrect powder charge.
It is targeted at the reloader who produces large quantities or large batches of ammunition. (like me)
The only problem is due to the cost of the parts in this thing, it would probably cost about $500 retail, I don't know how marketable it would be, considering that most reloaders are in it to save money.
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Last edited by iraiam; November 13, 2012 at 01:58 PM.