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Hornady Electric Scale 1500GS(1222251)
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Hornady Electronic Scale 1500GS - The new Hornady GS1500 Electronic Scale is a cutting edge piece of digital instrumentation.
Hornady Electronic Scale 1500GS - The new Hornady GS1500 Electronic Scale is a cutting edge piece of digital instrumentation. Its sleek, streamlined design and wire free battery power supply (two AAA batteries) does not waste any valuable space on the reloading bench and its 1500gr capacity means there's enough capacity to handle any reloading task, even the 50 BMG. The scale comes with a handy measuring pan and precision 100gram calibration standard weight. You can trust this scale to make quick work of your most precise handloading tasks.
Cutting edge piece of digital instrumentation
Wire free battery power supply
1500 grain capacity
Comes with a handy measuring pan and precision 100 gram calibration standard weight
Matt A of PHOENIX, AZ - December, 13 2012:
LOVE LOVE LOVE this thing! small, convenient and accurate. everything i need when measuring and checking powder drops beginning and mid runs. The Tare allows for accurate checks throughout and the calibration weight is not bad but just a hair off its supposed weight.Mike C of Taylorsville, UT - September, 01 2013:
This scale is way too sensitive to temperature fluctuations and has no internal heating to mediate this. More expensive scales can be pre-warmed and achieve an optimum temperature after 10-15 minutes of running. This one wonít even stay on that long. This is a great scale if you have a temperature controlled reloading room. With a full grain difference between morning and afternoon calibrations, Iím back to shopping.Remy of glendale, AZ - March, 12 2015:
I got this scale with the Hornadt reloading kit. It worked ok for about the first week and then started wandering. Being in a controlled temp room with zero air movement, I can weigh a charge, of say 25gr. The take the pan off and set it back on and it will start to drift from anywhere from 25.1to 25.7. I would never buy this scale on its own if you want your loads to be precise.
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