...old Lyman Ohaus scale rocks more!!! As you all know, I have been a big defender of the Lee Safety Scale. I still am. It works. It does what it's supposed to do and costs about $22.00. If you don't weigh often, and if you use the Auto Disc or dippers you don't need to weigh often, it's good enough to make ammo. Making ammo is the goal of a great many reloaders. However, along with many cool items that I inherited from my father's gear, is a 1970 or so Lyman beam scale made by Ohaus in Florham Park, NJ. Florham park is just a stones throw from where I grew up. Well, this thing is much faster and easier to use than the Lee scale. The closest equivalent I could find to it is the RCBS 502, which looks to be the same thing with modern styling. The RCBS is $72.00. The Dillon requires frequent weighing, due to it's infinitely adjustable charge bar. The Lyman scale, and I ASSume RCBS version, is so fast that I don't think a digital would be much faster. Coupled with my distrust of digital scales, at least $100.00 digital scales, I conclude that for people who can afford it, the RCBS 502 might just be the best scale out there. For people who can't afford it, or don't weigh often, the Lee is more than adequate. If you listen carefully, you can hear C4W having chest pains... Wanna kill these ads? We can help!