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Place to Buy?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by model4006, Oct 26, 2008.

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  1. model4006

    model4006 Member

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    Does anyone know of a common store where i can buy a digital scale with accuracy of .1 or .01 grains?

    Also what non gun store/shops have you guys found that sell things related to (or that you use for) guns? (why i posted in general gun discussions)
     
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    Midway or Cabellas. Not sure if Graf & Sons carries them, but they seem to be good to do business with as well.
     
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    Harbor Freight tools.
     
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    I saw what I'm thinking was a RCBS Chargemaster 1500 at our local WalMart. If yours sells reloading equipment, you might try there. They also sell RCBS beam scales.
     
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    All of the non-reloading digital scales I've seen don't got down to .1gn sensitivity, usually closer to .5gn. Also most of them are in grams &/or ounces. Before electronic reloading scales were commonplace I bought a lab scale that was programmable in oz/gm/gn/& troy, but it only went down to .2gn increments. I've had an RCBS digital for about fifteen years now & have been pretty happy with it, though it did have to go in for repair one time after it was dropped!
     
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    I've got the R.C.B.S. ChargeMaster 1500 myself. Its very nice,
    sensitive, and accurate~! :cool: ;)

    McCain-Palin On Nov. 4th~!
     
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