Re: !!! 300 WSM Lapua brass !!!
Relatively new here, but noticed that you're using digiatal gram scale and was asking about variances. Do you mean variances in case weight tolerances (as in whats kept and whats thrown)? Or converting grams to grains?
My profession was scale technician up until Nov 03 when I had a motorcycle wreck, but I worked on them for quiet a while until then. Not sure if I'll be able to return to work in the same capacity as before. I used a Sartorious gram scale that read out to the .0001 (10/1000ths) of a gram but got extremely tired of it and traded it. A fellow tech had a Denver digital scale that allowed conversion to other units (lb, oz, gn, kg, gm, etc.) and I traded him. Now I can weigh all my cases, bullets and powder out to .001 (1/1000ths) of a grain. I get so caught up in weighing powder sometime that I'll actually cut the extruded granules with my pocket knife to get it "exactly" on the mark. Talk about anal retentive! It's a labor of love though. Johnny K.