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Old 03-15-2010, 09:31 PM   #1
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Default What is GN On a Scale?

My scale can weigh g, gn, oz, and ct. What does gn and ct stand for? Does gn mean grains? Will scaling in grains be better than grams? If so, how many more grains do holos weigh?
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Old 03-16-2010, 09:19 AM   #2
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u really ought to google more for answers - it really does bring out helpful answers ....

Pros: 1. Its light weighted.
2. Very usefull for your home and office.
3. Nice "fake" leather case, to protect the scale for little damaging.
4.AAA Battery's lives long.

Cons: 1. Price is a little to high
2. further no cons!

Other Thoughts: Here a small list of the abbreviations:
g = gram
oz = ounces
ct = carats
ozt = Troy ounce
dwt = pennyweight
This unit is also included on the scale:
Gn = grain ---> this is not listed on the website.
as for which is the better _ someone else will have to answer that as I myself have personally never used a Pocket Scale of any sort before...

shocking and sad ino but *shrugs*

Hope it helps


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