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DS-750 Digital Reloading Scale

MSRP: $49.99

Availability: In StockItem Number: 205205Category: Tools & Scales

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Frankford Arsenal is one of the world's leading brands of metallic reloading equipment.

Product Description

The Frankford Arsenal DS-750 delivers extreme accuracy for precise measurement of powder, bullets, cases or loaded rounds. With 1/10th grain accuracy you will be able to achieve the maximum potential of your handloads. An integrated clear plastic cover protects the scale during storage and transport. The large, high-contrast backlit display is easy to read. Simple controls allow for easy changes of units, tare weights or counting. Powder pan, carry bag and calibration weight included. The performance and features of this scale make it a great value and will be a welcome addition to your loading bench. Kit contents include: The DS-750 Scale with built-in cover, powder tray, calibration weight, batteries and storage case.

Product Specifications

  • Capacity: 750 grain (50gram)
  • Weighing modes : gram, ounce, grain, carat
  • Lightest measurable load :  .03 gram
  • Bias Tolerance (corner load) :  .02 gram
  • Creep Tolerance : .01 gram
  • Repeatability : .01 gram
  • Linearity : .01 gram
  • UPC: 6-61120-05205-0

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Product FAQs

My scale reads – OUT2. What does this mean?

The load cell has been permanently damaged due to overloading or falling from a height.

My scale reads – O-Ld. What does this mean?

The maximum capacity has been exceeded. Remove the extra weight to avoid permanently damaging the load cell.

My scale reads – Lo. What does this mean?

Batteries are low. You need to replace the batteries.

My scale reads – UNSE. What does this mean?

The scale is unstable or in motion. Use in a more stable position.