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    Reloading For Battleships Maybe?

    Saw this scale listed on an area online classifieds. It was listed in the " Ammunition and Reloading " section. It is kind of cool and only $15, but its so big I don't know where I could put it. Do you think my wife would object to the coffee table?
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    Be a cool way to measure how big the drink your poured is..................
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    You need more powder.......

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    Nice. I'd love to have it. I have a triple beam Ohaus and it's pretty big. Very accurate too. I've often toyed with getting an electronic measure but never did. Being old, I don't trust strain gauges.

    Buy it, bring it home, give it a 5 gallon finish and make it a conversation piece in the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SidecarFlip View Post
    Nice. I'd love to have it. I have a triple beam Ohaus and it's pretty big. Very accurate too. I've often toyed with getting an electronic measure but never did. Being old, I don't trust strain gauges.

    Buy it, bring it home, give it a 5 gallon finish and make it a conversation piece in the house.
    5 gallon finish???

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    Looks to be about fiddycents a pound,,,, go for it.
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