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I use an X-spot scale, digital, and unreliable as heck, I scale bows several times with it getting several different readings, so I use the most frequently gotten reading.
Then I OFTEN verify it with my spring-scale hanging Pelouze (Rubbermaid) scales which, even if it were inaccurate, are at least always consistent... and I HaVE verified it with YORK plates so it is ON at 45#, and is adjustable too..
 

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mine off the Internet......Pelouze Hanging scale......tons of pictures of their other models out there......this is what mine looks like......
 

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dynamic dan, are you begging for a smart reply? haha from your friend the country bumpkin............
 

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RYAN, good call. Reading this again, I just always assumed the York plates were accurately weighed, but I bet they are off to some degree.
York used to be the cream of the crop for gym equipment. Couple of home gyms we all used to go to in the guys' basements & garages, it's all we ever used, YORK stuff.
 
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