soudoimirim@yahoo.com.br
soudoimirim@yahoo...
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Joined August 2019

precision scale accurate to +/- 0.01 grain)?

Why don't you produce a precision scale (accurate to +/- 0.01 grain)? I like and usually use two commas after the (dot) in my refills, this way I can reach the exact power of my refills.
- Please understand this as constructive feedback, I love Dillon equipment and I live in Brazil, and yet I have two XL 650 and XL 750 refill machines.
We Brazilians have a lot of difficulties with imported, restricted use equipment. We have to pay a lot of taxes and we suffer from the bureaucracy of our customs system, along with the Brazilian Armed Forces, among others.
I have for use:
- D-TERMINATOR ELECTRONIC SCALE Stock Number: 10483
- ELIMINATOR BALANCE BEAM SCALE Stock Number: 13480

Excellent products, but, I also have products that I end up using because I want to achieve maximum precision as I have already stated above but unfortunately they are not Dillon.

https://myweigh.com
My Weigh Gempro-250
My Weigh Gempro-300

I want to leave here my sincere thanks and my veracity in the feddebacks.

Dillon forever.
Fishobaby
Fishobaby
102 posts
Joined December 2017

RE: precision scale accurate to +/- 0.01 grain)?

According to QuickLOAD, for a 6.5 Creedmoor load, 0.01 grain of powder means a difference of only one foot per second, and too many other things matter more. Quickload also says that .002" of seating depth is also worth one foot per second. Differences in individual primers,variations in brass, and the orientation of individual grains of powder likely matter more. How could you think that one or two kernels of powder could possibly matter that much?

But scales are not really Dillon's thing– did you know they make machine guns?!