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WTB Ohaus Dial a Grain scale

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by cubancigar2000, May 11, 2010.

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    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    I am interested in a nice Ohaus Dial A Grain Scale model 310
     
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    i recently sent a message to OHAS in search of a dial a grain scale for my son-in-law and they did not reply. From the online catalog it appears that they are no longer in production. Good luck on your search.

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    I have one sitting here. It is in great shape. What are you thinking it would sell for?

    John Radtke (CREEK)
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    John, ck your email
     
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    I have one of Ohaus-made RCBS 304 dial scales and also wonder what they are worth today. The photo of it below was taken many years ago but it still looks the same, as I have been using an RCBS ChargeMaster powder dispenser & scale for rifle loading and a small digital scale for shotshell loading for the past ten or more years.

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    PM sent Ed
     
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    yep, I've got one just like Ed's, if anybody interested PM me. Butler
     
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    Butler, PM sent
     
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    I want to thank everybody who responded. I bought one from Creek aka John Radtke
     
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    You mean, it's meant for reloading??



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