I have a Hornady GS-1500 scale that has a scale resolution of .1grains. Accuracy is less than that, =/- 0.2grain. That's a potential error span of .4 grains. I'm loading Titegroup in 38 Special, which is my entry into reloading. The specified load for my combination is from 3.2 to 3.8 grains. Clearly since the span from min to max is 0.6 grains, and the accuracy is +/-0.2 grains, I don't have enough room to work comfortably. In order to get more accuracy and resolution, I need a lower capacity scale, with my pan being about 100 grains right away. What digital scales out there aren't unnecessarily expensive, have a second digit (I used to be an industrial scale technician a long time ago, and always want one more digit than the stated number) and have a range suitable for reloading pistol loads? I didn't see this problem coming, although I should have. It took me awhile to find a scale that was affordable and did what I wanted, but screwed this one up.