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As you know my real name is not "Speedy" Gonzalez but "Thomas" Gonzalez and I live up to both names, "Speedy" for shooting fast and "Thomas" for doubting how thing work until I check them out personally, never taking anyone's word for quality or function unless I have actually tested or used the item myself. In fact all my students have head me say over and over again "I assume everything is always broken unless I check it first!".
The "Prometheus" and its latter generations was such a device. You and I have known each other for quite some time and I have seen your measure evolve from a "Rube Goldberg", "Mouse Trap" looking device to the "Gen II" that looks like it belongs on a Death Star planet killer.
Most people who own one never have the opportunity to compare one to another or do not have the high quality scales to verify thrown weights over several hundred charges to establish a mean.
I have began to migrate from the short range game of benchrest slowly into the the long range aspects of shooting and have come to understand how critical a single grain of powder has become and how paramount its effect is to shooting or competing at any extreme distance. At this point in time I have three of your "Prometheus Gen II" measures at my disposal and two Denver Instruments magnetic force restoration scales, a SI-64 and a PI-114 that resolve into 0.001 of a grain (In Metrology to speak of any number, be it dimension, weight, or velocity, the instrument used must be capable of discriminating 10 times finer than the number you wish to report on accurately).
After two years of testing and comparing three of your Gen II measure's, I am happy to report that such an investment proved to be worth the money and time involved. The Prometheus Gen II if set up correctly and maintained per your instructions is capable of nearly one thousandth of a grain accuracy, with the only thing keeping the measure from that capability is the variance in the individual grains of powder.
If I were new to any extreme distance shooting and setting up a budget, I would for the price of a good scope have to include a Prometheus in my my program to ensure consistent ES's and SD's in my reloading program.
Thank you for all the help along the way, great customer service is just as important as a great product and you furnish both.
"The Prometheus Gen II has allowed me to absolutely eliminate all uncertainty from the powder charging aspect of my reloading process. It is an invaluable piece of handloading kit that has proved its worth a hundred times over. Tens of thousands of rounds per year of nearly daily use and it has not failed to impress."
The Prometheus II is one of the best investments I have made in my shooting career. Expensive electronic scales can match the accuracy, but not the speed. Speed equals time saved reloading, time saved equals time at the range, and time at the range equals a better shooter. If you are serious about shooting, get a Prometheus!