Reloading is a old-school art that is passed through generations. People are often surprised by how old fashion the tools are and the lack of digital equipment that is available now, but new technology is out there that will make reloading that much simpler for you. Some of these include digital calipers and a digital micrometer.
- There is nothing wrong with using the old school tools and techniques of reloading and many old timers may refuse to change what’s worked for them for decades. However, the old way isn’t always the best way just because it still works. New technology and equipment has allowed reloaders to bring their precision to an entirely new level. Read more: http://www.gunsandammo.com/shoot101/digitizing-your-reloading-room/#ixzz4W2fsTlgo
- RCBS has changed that with their Electronic Digital Calipers. These calipers are quick and easy to use, instantly displaying your measurements in both either the imperial or metric systems out to three decimal places. These calipers allow you to measure internal, external, depth and step measurements. They also include a sturdy carrying case for storage. Read more: http://www.gunsandammo.com/shoot101/digitizing-your-reloading-room/#ixzz4W2fiGwc0
- RCBS Rangemaster 2000 Electronic Scale A quality scale is necessary to any reloading setup. Serious shooters will often weigh each component of the reloading process, and it is important that the scale they use functions accurately and quickly. With a standard mechanical sliding scale, it is hard to measure numerous components and charges quickly, and it takes a lot of experience to do it both accurately and quickly. Read more: http://www.gunsandammo.com/shoot101/digitizing-your-reloading-room/#ixzz4W2fsTlgo
“Using digital and electronic equipment in reloading allows you to reload both faster and more precisely.”