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Old November 16, 2012, 01:07 PM   #2
603Country
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I have two of them. One is a basic PACT electronic scale that just weighs. The other is a Lyman that throws the charge and trickles to the desired weight. I load using the Lyman and periodically check the Lyman with the PACT and with test weights. I started out years ago with an RCBS 1010, but when I started weighing cases I switched to the PACT for weighing charges also. Then I was lusting after one of the do-it-all scales from RCBS, Lyman, or Hornady. The Lyman was on sale for the lowest price and I went with that. It was a great decision. Much faster than either the 1010 or the PACT. But if you don't want to spend money on the do-it-all machine, I'm sure most any of the RCBS, Lyman, or Hornady basic electronic scales would do just fine.
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