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Old 04-29-2013, 06:01 PM
Jeron Kahyar Jeron Kahyar is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Elkhunt View Post
This just gave me a real aha moment. I was just rereading the Lyman 48th edition of their reloading manual & on page 30 under "Cautions" they talk about how static electricity build up in reloading tools may effect manual loading scales & the readouts they give. Has anyone ever experienced this for themselves? Would it also effect electronic scales?

I just sent my RCBS 505 scale back because I couldn't seem to get it to zero out properly. I have since bought an electronic scale but maybe this was my problem.
Only time I have ever had a problem with this is realoading with a progressive press for shotshells (was using IMR 700x). The powder was clinging to the plastic holding tube and some bounce dryer sheets fixed it up nicely.
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