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SC_Dave
11-10-2012, 17:59
I have searched but can't find'em but thought some of you guys might know of a vendor that I don't.

http://www.hornady.com/store/Hornady-Balance-Beam-Scale

Colorado4Wheel
11-10-2012, 18:18
Why fight it. Soon has the best scale for the money.

SC_Dave
11-10-2012, 18:22
Why fight it. Soon has the best scale for the money.

Soon? Not familiar with that.

F106 Fan
11-10-2012, 18:45
I didn't find a supplier via Google.

The Dillon Eliminator is a nice scale at a reasonable price:
http://www.dillonprecision.com/#/content/p/9/pid/25215/catid/7/Dillon__039_s___039_Eliminator__039__Scale

Richard

PsychoKnight
11-12-2012, 21:54
I have searched but can't find'em but thought some of you guys might know of a vendor that I don't.

http://www.hornady.com/store/Hornady-Balance-Beam-Scale

Did it just come into production? A few years ago I was looking for a replacement Hornady beam scale I had bought in the 80's and saw that Hornady quit making them. Have the Dillon Elim., but the vinyl bearings don't do it for me. Why not give Hornady a call and see what the production schedule looks like? Maybe it just hasn't hit market yet?

When it does become accessible I will be getting one also and storing the Dillon for backup use.

SC_Dave
11-13-2012, 07:45
After not finding one available with the larger vendors I called Hornady, they said they would not be available until March 2013.
David

Colorado4Wheel
11-13-2012, 15:46
Did it just come into production? A few years ago I was looking for a replacement Hornady beam scale I had bought in the 80's and saw that Hornady quit making them. Have the Dillon Elim., but the vinyl bearings don't do it for me. Why not give Hornady a call and see what the production schedule looks like? Maybe it just hasn't hit market yet?

When it does become accessible I will be getting one also and storing the Dillon for backup use.

Vinyl bearings? Says who?

It's a Ohaus scale. About as good as it gets. If I wanted better it would be a Redding. Nothing else.