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Old 10-09-2012, 17:48   #74
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Originally Posted by stak View Post
This guy says he compared the Gemini 20 using lab reference weights and a mg accurate certified scale. He said it did indeed meet the specifications listed.

Amazon.com: Ginkgo's review of American Weigh Gemini-20 Portable Milligra...
You do realize that anyone, including the manuf, can post a review on the product right?
Dippers are fine for their intended task, making ammo that goes bang. If you do not have an adjustable measuire of some kind, then you are limited. Some reloaders/shooters are fine being limited, most though are not. Change powders or bulelts, make a new dipper? Not me, I like options. An adjustable measure & good scale give you unlimted options.
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