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Buyers Remorse?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Angry Fist, May 4, 2014.


  1. Angry Fist

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    Gawd, I hope not. Dillon Terminator on the way. :supergrin:
     

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  2. Angry Fist

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    Now, if some friggin' powder was available....
     

  3. Colorado4Wheel

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    Seems unlikely.
     
  4. CarryTexas

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    I bought one a few months ago and have been very happy with it.
     
  5. Three-Five-Seven

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    Sorry, what's a Dillon "Terminator"?
     
  6. CarryTexas

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    Digital powder scale
     
  7. fredj338

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    If you hate, send it to me, give you $100 or it?
     
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  8. IndyGunFreak

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    I'll go $105. :)

    I'm just to cheap to buy a digital when my beam scale works just fine.

    Hope you like it though.. Until you get powder you can weigh:
    Coins
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    and many other interesting things
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  9. JBnTX

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    Not many people have buyer's remorse with Dillon products.
     
  10. Murphy's Law

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    Simply put an excellent scale. I also have the analog one however I seldom find myself using anything but the ditigtal (on batteries). Have run several checks over the years and always find it spot on. You made a very good choice for the dollars spent. In fact, of all the Dillin toys I have (e.g. 550B, 600, dies, etc) there's not one item I would give back PERIOD!
     
  11. Boxerglocker

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    I really like my Dillon Terminator, have had mine for several years. Works well, always accurate with my check weights. If I had to replace it however, would really like to try out the scale Brian Enos offers.
    On a side note, I was developing loads for my new Remington 700 AAC-SD .308 last night. I threw 70 charges of BL (C) -2 with my Hornady Lock-N-Load Auto Charge Powder Dispenser. I had only one “OVERCHARGE” throughout the session and I think I may have attributed to that by accidentally bumping the bench as I was loading.
     
  12. Angry Fist

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    That's what I've been hearing!

    No more Lee for me. The furnace is okay, but I'll buy blue from now on.
     
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    If it ever goes belly up after 2yrs, Dillon will replace it for 50% of a new one, a good deal. They do NOT offer no BS warranty on elec stuff.:crying:
     
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  14. Big Bore Fan

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    I've had one for about 2 years now and love it. Spot on with my check weights every time and never noticed the"warm up" some people say electric scales need.

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  15. Angry Fist

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    Did anyone else buy the cover for it?
     
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    I did. Mostly because I load out in my workshop but keep the scale in the house when not using it. keeps it clean and safe.

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    I have one, keeps the dust off when not in use.
     
  18. BobbyS

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    I never have. I ordered some more stuff just this afternoon.
     
  19. creophus

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    Never had a Dillon product that I didn't like.
     
  20. PEC-Memphis

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    I have an RCBS/Ohaus 510 beam that is 42 years old and a 502 that I purchased used with a bunch of other stuff. Both work just fine (I've never changed batteries). They hold zero unless you move them. I just can't see the need for a digital.

    With that being said, Dillion Products are top shelf.

    I use a cheap (probably $10 coupon deal) Harbor Freight digital for setting lead shot weight for shot shells. It is not accurate enough for powder.
     
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