Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Dirtyfingers, May 5, 2021.
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I like it! On the way.
Here is the one I have:
I don't trust your scale at all.
I don't trust you
Yeah that scale was bought years ago not for this purpose. I will get a new one for sure. I did zero it out and threw a nickel a couple of times and it still read three but I still don't like it.
I've always had a question that bothers me. How do you know that the calibration weights themselves are reliable? LOL.
A nickel should be 5 g.
If you start questioning that...you will never be able to stop questioning anything. The very fabric of life will begin to unravel in front of you.
Hahaha. You know, for electronics, you can (supposedly) rely on the UL label. For coins (again, supposedly), you can rely on the TPGs. And so forth. I was wondering if, for those calibration weights, can we look for a certification mark or something?
I will try, Master Shifu. Or.... Try, I will.
that was my fault. zeroed it, put the nickel on to verify 5 gs, penny still read 3 each time.
Oh - I see what you're saying.
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