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Rebate RCBS® Rangemaster 750 Electronic Scale

   

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  • Sleek and compact
  • Large LCD display
  • 750-grain capacity
  • Runs on either AC or DC power      
Sleek and compact, the RCBS Rangemaster 750 Electronic Scale runs on either AC or DC power (9V battery not included). Large LCD display. 750-grain capacity.

Manufacturer model #: 98927.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by RCBS Powder Scale After a move and several years of inactivity I couldn't find a PACT scale, so ordered the RCBS. Have been using it for over a week to weighed spilled bullets and powder. Works great. Calibration was easy. Haven't experienced any of problems mentioned. Solid bech, no fans or downdrafts from heat systems to cause zeroing probs. RCBS did it again. May 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Scale I bought my scale a few months ago, it was the only one on the shelf. It's a little pricy, but that's been my only complaint. Mine zeros each and every time I pull it out. I check every 10th round after I set my powder dispenser. My Dillion 650 XL has a powder alarm if my charge is off in great detail. I also use it to weigh each round after I'm done reloading. My weights have been within + or minus .2 grains... And that's loading 200 progressively in two batches. January 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Quality product for the money I have had this scale for a short time and so far am very happy with it. If you follow the directions and zero it is very accurate. I have not experienced any drifting the scale seems stable. There is a weight difference between my 505 beam scale and the 750 but I think the 505 is not as accurate. I am checking to make sure.I bought this to double check my weights and think it will do a good job. January 14, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Questionable Precision Horrible precision, the readings that it produces are not repeatable. I do not mind the fact that this scale would read about .2 gr higher than the RCBS beam scale it was supposed to replace or the pocket digital scale in my range box. But with this unit, even after letting it warm up for about 30min+, it could not produce, repeatable or consistent results, which is needed for quality match ammo. December 18, 2011
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gr = g x 15.432

There is 15.432 grains in each gram.

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1 grain equals 0.06479891 grams

1 gram equals 15.4324 grains

Unless you are 100% positive of your calculations it's much better to purchase a scale that reads both measurements, most do. If money is an issue there are much less expensive scales that can handle this. Measuring gunpowder is too important to make any mlstakes, I bought a backup scale online for under $15 just to double check my readings every so often during a reloading session.
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Never convert Grams ( G ) to Grains ( gr ) unless you are very proficient with math. If you are porficient with math then still never do the conversion.
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