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mikecsa

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i have been lookin into powders and was thinking of ways to measure...as you know digital scales that are very accurate are rather costly... but then i remembered that my digital reloading scale(for measuring gun powder) is accurate to .1 of a grain.... 1 grain equals 64.8 milligrams, so thats a error margin of just 6.48mgs... and the scale was only $150.00.... maybe yall need to make a trip to yer local sporting goods store:)



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Here's a relatively accurate balance beam scale ($12.95), only drawback is it's a 4 gram maximum capacity. But it will measure down to 25mg! http://www.developed.net/scale.htm . I just weigh 2.5 grams twice if I'm doing a 5g kit. :)

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I have seen more guys switching back to a beam scale so I think they can be used.

Also, there are MANY good digital scales for alot less than $150.
 

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My digital scale is acurate to 100 mg. Even if you are only converting 1g, at 400mg/ml, you're only off by at most 40mg/ml with your final ratios. At 200ml/ml, you'd only be off by at most 20mg/ml converting 1g. And the more you convert, the tighter your accuracy is.

I got the toyo 250 here:
http://www.balances.com/toyo/pocket-mini-scales.html

And since it goes up to 250g (~8.8 oz), I've been using it to weigh my meals, too :D
 

superman1975

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go to a head shop and get an envelope/dope scale they are 5 bucks a very accurate
 

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