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FS-1100 trigger-SPF & Ohaus 10-10 scale-SPF

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by nanuk, Jun 6, 2013.

  1. nanuk

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    Cleaning out---so here goes---excellent 1100 trigger assy (SPF) and a used but complete OHaus 10-10 scale w/instructions (SPF)-scale is complete, however clear plastic cover has a small crack in it (it still snaps in place).
    $ 65 each plus shipping ($8 on the scale).
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    The 10-10 is missing the ballast pot. If it is behind the powder cup, reassemble it and hang the wire from the hole just above the scale gradation bar.
     
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    Trigger is SPF

    MX2G--Sir, you have good eyes!--I checked and the pot is there as you suspected--behind the powder cup (never could reassemble the set correctly).
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    Bob