Originally Posted by SBruce
I feel sorry for the dog!
There's supposedly alot of world class record groups shot with charges that were only metered, never weighed.
Yes that is possible at 100 yards, but absolutely never at 1000!
1k loads are weighed to the 1/10 if not .05 grains or less. If you do not, vertical will eat you alive every time.
Now that might work for "hitting a 3 ft rock" but that will equate to 6-10 inches of excess vertical in a group at 1k. Now many think that is close enough, and if it is for you go for it.
Here is a link on a new electronic scale that seems to be working very well. http://bulletin.accurateshooter.com/...from-my-weigh/
I use a Ohaus Navigator that weighs to the .05 grains
BTW you can search 6mmbr for the guy who will "tune" the beam scales like the 10-10 for $20. Couple guys I know really like his work and say it makes a difference in there use.