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Old March 10, 2000, 10:47 PM   #1
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Which Electronic Scale would you buy, and why??
If you have one, please tell me the good and bad points?!
Thanks, Edward
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Old March 11, 2000, 02:08 AM   #2
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Very pricey ~$400, but my Denver Instruments scale is the one I would recommend if your budget allows. Its without question the finest elect scale for reloaders available.
I've tried just about all of the electronic scales... the Pact scale would be my #1 recommendation for the less expensive scales (not their BBK scale). Try

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Old March 11, 2000, 03:46 PM   #3
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Years ago I wrote an article on the Ainsworth. Actually I had several of their early models. Nothing wrong with them at all. I've also had a Lyman and a couple RCBS. I like the RCBS best. Since any electronic scale will need a warm up period I just leave one on all the time. That has been going now for a couple of years with no problems. The other I use with the RCBS auotmatic powder dispenser. Wonderful piece of equipment. I would strongly recommend buying an RCBS!
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