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Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by marcusp323, Jul 16, 2010.

  1. marcusp323

    marcusp323 Olympia, WA Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    RCBS Partner press, 5-0-2 scale, Lee priming tool (large & small), & Ideal powder measure.
    $100

    I'm in Yelm
    finkelmk@gmail.com

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  2. Doc_Chao

    Doc_Chao Portland, OR Member

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    I noticed you have both a dillon and RCBS scale, which is most accurate of the two? Would you mind meeting me halfway in Castlerock? I live in SE gresham OR
     
  3. marcusp323

    marcusp323 Olympia, WA Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Don't really know if one is more accurate than the other. The Dillon is probably a bit easier to read. Both are made by Ohaus (as are most reloading scales), so accuracy shouldn't be an issue. Castle Rock is about $20 worth of gas there & back in the Miata, hardly worth it. Postage is much cheaper. Don't mind driving, but I'm also leaving for Michigan Wednesday so I wouldn't have time to anyway. Too much to do around here first.
    Mark
     
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