3 replies [Last post]
wyoelkhunter's picture
Offline
Location: wyoming
Joined: 10/08/2007
Posts: 77
need to pick some of those brains

A few questions for you guys. Which if any digital scales do you like the best, Dillion precision progressive loaders are they worth the money, and do you guys know of any reloading wholesalers?

Offline
Moderator
Location: Nova Scotia
Joined: 08/17/2002
Posts: 1762
need to pick some of those brains

I bought a jewler's scale that works great for reloading. It measures in grams, grains and carats and is very accurate and affordable.

As far as dillon progressive loaders. Thumbs up Thumbs up I started with lee, and then went to lee progressive and finally a dillon 650. I will never use the lee to reload again. It will do the job and you may be happy with it if you never used the dillon but as soon as you do, the dillon is all you will want to use. If you can't afford the dillon and want to reload, the lee is great, but the dillon is worth every extra penny you have to spend if you can afford it. Thumbs up

wyoelkhunter's picture
Offline
Location: wyoming
Joined: 10/08/2007
Posts: 77
need to pick some of those brains

thanks chester I'll take a look at those jewlers scales, appriciate the info.

CVC
CVC's picture
Offline
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!
Location: Kansas
Joined: 03/04/2006
Posts: 3579
need to pick some of those brains

I have an RCBS digital scale. Got it from Midway USA and I am happy with it. I like it much better than the mechanical scale I had.

I feel like I can be more precise in my loading. I can check the return to zero each time before I weigh a load.