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ns3v3n
02-13-2007, 5:34 PM
anyone own this scale? i'm thinking about buying one and this is all i need to complete my set up. please let me know if you do.

grammaton76
02-13-2007, 5:36 PM
I use one of their digital scales, and am quite happy with it. It's really nice when you hit the 'zero' button with a primed case on it, then stick the case with powder on the scale... it just tells you the powder charge when you put it in again.

thmpr
02-13-2007, 6:13 PM
For the cost, it is very accurate and ease of use is superb. Recommend it to anyone....

Cazach
02-13-2007, 6:54 PM
Good scale. It has enough "mass" to not feel cheap, is easy to use and repeatability is solid.

ns3v3n
02-13-2007, 7:24 PM
where can i find a manual for this scale? the seller doesnt have one.

PLINK
02-14-2007, 1:06 AM
I just bought that scale and it works great. My scale did not come with a manual. What do you need to know, maybe we can help? It is pretty straight forward. Dillon tech support can help you with anything you need also.

xdpackin
02-14-2007, 3:37 PM
you can also get a good scale off of eBay for real cheap... I got a jem scale that measures in carots and it is accurate to +/- 0.001 grams

ns3v3n
02-15-2007, 6:06 PM
i emailed them and they are going to mail me a manual hehe. so i think that should be good enough to get me started.

Blue
02-16-2007, 7:46 PM
I use one of their digital scales, and am quite happy with it. It's really nice when you hit the 'zero' button with a primed case on it, then stick the case with powder on the scale... it just tells you the powder charge when you put it in again.


+1 My buddy loaned me one and I hated it when I gave it back. It's just so freakin easy. Dillon kicks ***. My youngest son is named Dillon :D

Ninja45
02-20-2007, 1:32 PM
For the price and the quality built in, can't beat that Dillon scale!