Originally Posted by diriel
+1 to what JE said. I just thought about one gotcha on a beam scale, if you have a ceiling fan or A/C ect that creates air movement, it can make your beam scale bounce around and give bad readings. I would imagine same goes for digital. So for me, I turn my ceiling fan off or down to low setting and make sure my A/C is blowing away from my reloading station.
It happens on both type of scales.
Even your breath can effect the reading. The fact that they are very sensitive is the reason that
they are so accurate.
The RCBS Charge master has a cover that swings over the measure to keep the dust of and
also block any wind that would cause erratic operation.
An enclosure that will hold the Scales, powder Trickler and powder measure and still allow you
to access the scales will make a big difference.
Spectweldtom built one for use at the range and it works great. PM him and he can show you
what it looks like and how to build one.
J E CUSTOM