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JDSTG58
11-26-2011, 12:44
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unclebob
11-26-2011, 13:11
http://www.natchezss.com/product.cfm?contentID=productDetail&prodID=RC98923&src=tpSlrHm
This would be my choice. I have one and love it. If you do load development? It is the easiest way of doing it. It has outstanding ratings.
Sorry did not read Bass Pro Shop.

CCV
11-26-2011, 13:35
http://pact.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=12&Itemid=58

GioaJack
11-26-2011, 13:37
The 1500 grain capacity of the Hornady give you the ability to load artillery shells or weigh ingredients for baking muffins.

Both companies have been around almost as long as Unclebob and generally market fine products... you'd probably be happy with either one.

I have an RCBS similar to that one that's close to 20 years old, (actually made by PACT), and have never had a problem. It doesn't have the battery option but for me that's not a big deal one way or the other.


Jack

Cavalry Doc
11-26-2011, 13:48
http://www.natchezss.com/images/products/RC98923.jpg

If you can swing it, I have one of these, and love it.

IndyGunFreak
11-26-2011, 13:55
RCBS

It's a nice scale.

rg1
11-26-2011, 17:02
Either would be worth the money but I'd go with the Hornady because of the 1500 grain capacity. I'd rather have the RCBS 1500 Chargemaster scale as you can later add the auto-dispenser to it and they are highly rated. Perhaps you can add a Hornady dispenser to the scale too?
http://www.natchezss.com/product.cfm?contentID=productDetail&prodID=RC98920

Boxerglocker
11-26-2011, 17:15
Of the 2 choices, I would go with the RCBS....

JDSTG58
11-26-2011, 19:57
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unclebob
11-26-2011, 21:10
Looks great, but out of my price range for the next year or two.

I think I will try the RCBS

Just get the scale for now. You can get the dispenser later. But for $250.00 right now for both that is a great deal.

bxny10455
11-27-2011, 02:19
I have the RCBS 750 if your interested pm me.


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