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Just wanted to comment on the Sartorius GD 503 scale .If you are a serious reloader looking for extremely accurate reloads to the .005 of a grain .It's fast it's accurate and I should have kicked myself in the rear for not getting before.
 

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I hope you got a great deal on that scale. I can't ever see myself spending over $1K on a powder scale,that's a seriously precise scale for reloading use.

I can buy a whole lot of powder/primers/bullets for what that thing cost,and I've done pretty well using my beam scale's for all these years.
It is a very nice scale though,I hope you enjoy it!
 

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hello Tex ,

I'll agree I just sold a Scott Parker Tuned balance beam and it was spot on . I was finding myself weighing 2 or 3 times double checking my loads and what i have found is this is quick 1 time deal and really saves time . You know some of us guys weight with the same relative humidity and such someone said to the point of anal I'll agree. Lol

Jim
 

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WOW! Are you weighing out your brass? DO you hold them to the same standard? How about your bullets. How do you adjust bullet weight to w/in .005?

Anal? Sure. Nothing wrong with Anal as long as it gives measurable improvment. I challenge you to find any measurable difference in performance unless all aspects of the ammo is controlled to the same degree.
 

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Robo i wish it was that simple .I sent you and email about different machines for example Sierra bullet company and i believe Hornady both have this machine i have for checking bullets ,Weight checking is just the beginning I find reloading rather a job than and enjoyment.
 

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I find reloading rather a job than and enjoyment.
You're over thinking this. A scale needs no greater accuracy than .1 grain. Use it to set a quality measure and throw your charges from the measure. Weighing every charge doesn't buy you anything.

My heavy barrel 6MM Remington shoots 1/2 inch five shot groups. I throw charges straight from the Redding measure.
 
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