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RCBS® Rangemaster 750 Electronic Scale

Sleek and compactLarge LCD display750-grain capacityRuns on either AC or DC power      Sleek and compact, the RCBS Rangemaster 750 Electronic Scale runs on either AC or DC power (9V battery not included). Large LCD display. 750-grain capacity. Manufacturer model #: 98927.
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what is the conversion rate from grains to grames

asked 4 years, 8 months ago
by
brucejr
on RCBS® Rangemaster 750 Electronic Scale
3 answers
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answer 1
gr = g x 15.432

There is 15.432 grains in each gram.

Hope it helps.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
Robterry
 - Texas
answer 2
1 grain equals 0.06479891 grams

1 gram equals 15.4324 grains

Unless you are 100% positive of your calculations it's much better to purchase a scale that reads both measurements, most do. If money is an issue there are much less expensive scales that can handle this. Measuring gunpowder is too important to make any mlstakes, I bought a backup scale online for under $15 just to double check my readings every so often during a reloading session.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
by
MikeS
 - Titusville, FL
answer 3
Never convert Grams ( G ) to Grains ( gr ) unless you are very proficient with math. If you are porficient with math then still never do the conversion.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by
Seth123
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