Peregrine Bullets Scale

//Peregrine Bullets Scale

Peregrine Bullets Scale

$142.45

8 in stock

(3 customer reviews)

The Peregrine electronic scale is very accurate, and has a highly reduced sensitivity to frequency interference from mobile phones and fluorescent lighting. This scale is less susceptible to drifting lockup from the slow addition of granules and more capable of getting precise metering by weight than most electronic scales available today.

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The Peregrine electronic scale is very accurate, and has a highly reduced sensitivity to frequency interference from mobile phones and fluorescent lighting. This scale is less susceptible to drifting lockup from the slow addition of granules and more capable of getting precise metering by weight than most electronic scales available today.

The Peregrine electronic scale also features very accurate readings up to 920gr with a 0.02gr resolution. This will enable you to read anything from the bullet tip itself, casings and most importantly measure your reloading powder precisely to the mark. The non-zero functionality makes each propellant petal accountable (even if it’s less than 0.02gr) so that you get the most accurate and consistent reading possible.

Included with the Peregrine electronic scale is a very easy and convenient calibration method using two separate weights. This ensures that you won’t run out of precision or consistency whether weighing bullet tips, cases or propellant.

Additional information

Dimensions 12.1 × 12.1 × 7.1 in

3 reviews for Peregrine Bullets Scale

  1. Douglas Avedikian

    The Peregrine Bullets Scale is a good choice for the average reloader looking for a scale with a greater resolution and rated accuracy of other scales in the same price range. The scale performed consistent and repeatable measurements with both the calibration weights and sample loads. The scale comes with clear instructions and is simple to operate with the usual set of functions; ON OFF, Tare, Ucal (calibration) and Mode to select measurement units.

    • Hermann Weidemann

      Thank you for your review, Doug.

  2. gary scrivner

    I used the small jeweler’s scale in the past and found their descriptions of the noise accurate. This scale has the stability of the expensive lab units and resulted in a large improvement in productivity. With the noise of the smaller scale, I constantly made unnecessary adjustments to the powder measure. I reload 5.7, so accuracy and stability are paramount. After 500 rounds, no problems. I would recommend to anyone.

  3. Richard Erickson

    I have tested the accuracy of the Peregrine scale against a gem pro250. Using a Sartorius balance scale to weigh gun powder charges delivered from each scale. I found it equal to the Gen Pro in delivering consistent charges within a 02 grain accuracy. I hope with care I will last me several years.

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