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Hodgdon Reloading Data Site Down??

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by ArchAngelCD, Dec 23, 2007.

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  1. ArchAngelCD

    ArchAngelCD Member

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    For the past 2 days I've been unable to connect to Hodgdon's Reloading Data Center. Has anyone else noticed this or had this problem too?
     
  2. ReloaderFred

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    Yep, it's down. Even tried going in through the back door, and it's down, too.

    That's why I like printed manuals, they never go down.............

    Fred
     
  3. scrat

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  4. ArchAngelCD

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    scrat,
    I'm not really looking for anything. Sometimes I like to verify something I'm writing by looking at the site to make sure I don't post something incorrectly.

    ReloaderFred,
    I hear ya on the printed stuff and I agree. Sometimes it's just easier to check the Hodgdon site while on this forum instead of going downstairs to the basement to look through the books.
     
  5. Walkalong

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    I have all the powder manufactures data downloaded and saved (all that I could find) as well as printed out and put in my three ring binder with all my data, along with burn rate charts etc. Plus my manuals in my desk drawer.

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  6. scrat

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    i hear you

    i still keep those little books handy. sometimes i dont want to turn on the computer. First thing to do usually in the month of february. get on all the sites and order new manuals. Everyone will send them out to you for free.
     
  7. stovepipe699

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    I guess I'm not the only one who can't access the site. I print off everything I reload for, but I like to snoop in there and compare other calibers. I hope they fix it soon.
     
  8. ReloaderFred

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    It's back up now.

    Hope this helps.

    Fred
     
  9. ArchAngelCD

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    Like I said, I also have a book like Walkalong's. I actually have several, one each for handguns, rifles and "special" round data. (old stuff not used much)

    I also printed out the data form different manufacturer's sites and added burn rate charts and data sheets with Chrono and accuracy data. It would be a shame to do all that work and not have it recorded somewhere. LOL
     
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    tuck2,
    That's the same exact link I posted above. It was down for several days but it's back up now.
     
  12. 41 Mag

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    Here recently I have been doing a little load work on several calibers. Being away from home and most of my data, it has been fun to say the least. The connection is dial up and if I get 144 out of it I am estatic. Most sites I can open and then head off to get a cup of coffee before they open.

    What I did was to get on the powder sites and download their info. The Hodgdon site is nice in that if you select the full range of data for a given round, then click the print button, it will open a nice printer version of the sheet, that you can print out as well as save jest that sheet to your own PC file for future reference. At the house I have just about all of the loads they have listed downloaded by calibers as well as bullet weights and powders in some of the more frequently used one.

    The nice thing on the Hodgdon site is you can pull loads for their powder, IMR, and Win as well. You can do similar things with the other companies as well only it takes a bit more time as most is in PDF form.
     
  13. mrmeval

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    Glad I got the last double book reloading guide they publish. :)
    The new single book is lacking a lot.
     
  14. DMZ

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    The Hodgdon site http://data.hodgdon.com, now ask for a user name and password to access the data, but offers no "sign-up" link on their homepage.

    Any clues to how to access the data site or to get a logon ID?
     
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    No clue. Been working on it for awhile now, no luck.
     
  16. stovepipe699

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    ***?

    :fire::cuss:Is this a bad joke or something? Their site was really good and now they pull off this password stunt? Why would they do that? Does anyone know what's going on?
     
  17. mrmeval

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    I don't see any of that. It only asked for me to agree to some terms and dumped me into the data.
     
  18. Joemyxplyx

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    Email from Hodgdon

    I sent an email to Hodgdon asking what was up. I got this back:

    "We are experiencing problems with the server for the Reloading Data
    Center at this time. We are aware of the problem and are working on it.
    You should never need a user name or password to access reloading data
    from the Reloading Data Center. We apologize for any inconvenience this
    problem may have caused you."

    Mike Daly
    Customer Satisfaction Manager

    Looks like a temporary problem. :)
     
  19. stovepipe699

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    I received the same e-mail about the server problem. Now I'm able to access the site again. False alarm on the password.:eek:
     
  20. John4me05

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    It is back up now..
     
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    A couple of days ago it was asking for a password.
     
  22. BsChoy

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    Its up as of last night guys
     
  23. John4me05

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    Yeah i got the password box too... It sucked...
     
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    Has anybody been able to access rifle and pistol data yet?
     
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    9mm WinMag loading data

    Do any of you who have lots of load data have ANY loading data for the 9mm WinMag?
     
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