Re: Lyman scale issue
Clean the "V" bearings and knife edges. Make sure the pivot bar ends aren't rubbing against a bearing retaining clip. Insure that you don't have a spider web thread somewhere in the magnetic damping slot. Remove the beam from the body when you're storing the scale to prevent damaging the critical pivot knife edges; it's a precision instrument, not an anvil, and is susceptable to damage from rough handling.
The beam scale will be more accurate, more sensitive and will follow your trickler much better than most digitals. And it will last MUCH longer if you take care of it. Plus using it will be just about as fast as a digital IF your scale and measure location and work flow path is right.
It's easy for noobs to suppose they are doing 'precision' reloading if they are counting kernels of powder but if the load is properly developed that's really not critical, a good load will have a charge tolerance of several tenths on each side with no perceptable difference on target.