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GemPro 250 scale #6231877 03/22/16 12:09 AM
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Input please. I'm looking for a good scale that measures to .02 grains rather than the standard .1 grains variance. After a little looking around, the GemPro 250 sounds pretty reasonable. If you can recommend a brand I'll research it. Thanks in advance guys.

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I've got a Mack 20 that works really good,I'm just too old fashioned with my beam scales to use it all the time. It also comes with a 20 year warranty!
http://www.oldwillknottscales.com/jennings-jscale-mack-20.html

Get the AC adapter for it,and it also only takes 10 seconds for it to be ready to use. The times that I do use this scale,it has worked without any problems. Great digital scale for the price.

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Thanks, I'll look it up and see how it checks out. After further research on the GP 250, it appears to be hit and miss on being worth it.

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Okay. I'm going to try the OHaus YJ-103. It reads to .001 grams which equals 0.0154 grains and rounds off to 0.02 so that should be close enough for now. Hopefully it works out. It will be interesting to get a reading from my RCBS scale and see exactly how close it is on the OHaus.

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