Re: leeman electronic scales
"What could be the problem and what scales are good and accurate readings?'
Assume you mean Lyman scales? None of us can tell you which, if either is more accurate. Seems anyone who owns one scale knows what his weights are. Those with more than one scale never know!
I suspect that at a half-percent variation around a midpoint, the differences you find are too small to make any real differece in normal use IF you use ONE of them to develop your reloads and then use the same one to doplicate them later. Or you could buy a set of Lyman check weights to find which one is more accurate and return the other for repair.
Beam scales work off gravity and it's dependable, electronics are not dependable. I avoid digital scales for many reasons, what you are seeing is only one of them!
Last edited by boomtube; 05-12-2009 at 11:21 AM.