I told you Iím an ex Lab rat. So I got my 4 decimal places analytical balance out of the attic and started weighing pellets and with a thread thatís going on at the moment about pellet weights Iím curious as to who weighs their pellets? And if you weigh your pellets, when does the differences become a real matter? Is it 0.1 grain or 0.01 grain?
I weigh to 0.1 mg that is 0.00015grain.
I weighed a sample of 29 pellets from a cheap tin of pellets and found the weight to be 0.3 grain more than advertised. 18 Pellets weighed more than the average weight of 7.11 grain and of course 11 weighed less.
The standard deviation is 0.066 grain. That in real terms will be 0.1 grain, so is this good enough for you?
Now, if you want me to dig deeper please let me know. You supply the tin off pellets (I keep the pellets so it has to be a full tin and the bigger the tin the better) and I provide you with a full rapport and itís your choice to put it on the Forum or not.