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Ballistic Products Digital 1500 Powder Scale 1543 Grain Capacity
BPI ballistic technicians designed the BallistiScale-1500 with the reloader in mind. Besides being packed with all the necessary features, our scale is America's best value for a high quality compact digital scale. Our laboratory technicians know that a reliable digital scale is an absolute necessity for accurate reloading; no competent reloader should be without one. We wouldn't put our name on a scale and back it with a 10-year warranty unless we believed in it. No other scale has more features and no scale can compete against this value.
- Capacity: 1543 grains (over 3-1/2 ounces)
- Accuracy: 0.1 grain
- Stainless steel platform
- Large, easy-to-read LCD backlight display
- Self-contained, hinged cover
- Includes large powder pan & calibration weight
- Runs on two AA batteries (included)
- Weighs in four different modes: grain, gram, oz & ct
- Auto off: 3 minutes
- Pocket-sized: Convenient & portable
Product Type: Essential shotshell loading tool/accessory.
Size: 3" x 4-3/4" x 3/4" h.
Usage: Digital scale for shot or powder charge confirmation.
Read 3 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.7 stars
Between Balance & Bathroom Scales
By James G.
on Nov 19, 2020
I was leery of this scale at first because of its Chinese origin but what are you going to do? It fills the void between balance and bathroom scales. It is vital for heavier weighing jobs such as bullets and shot. AAA battery power. I hope I never have to replace them.
By Barry B.
on Aug 27, 2019
The scale works just great. Much better than I would have thought. The price was very fair. My only problem was not setting it to grains when it first arrived, it comes set in grams.
By Burton C.
on Sep 12, 2018
A little difficult to set up and balance. Highly susceptible
to the slightest draft or air movement. However, all in all
a very accurate measuring device for hand-loading.
Have been using the Lyman balance beam type for the past 40 years and still becoming acquainted with the digital style.
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