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Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by TBH, Dec 7, 2013.

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  1. Katitmail

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    My work and life is IT, that's why I can't spend time at computer unless it's work :)

    I keep all records in big notepad. Organize each load and label with number.
    Then at the range I chrono each load and reference by those numbers.

    I also record notes as to feel, how i like this, etc. Highlight final loads I like with given powder/bullet and move on.

    To keep it simple I don't play with OAL. Go with published largest and see if it works in a gun. After than I don't change crimp and OAL. Only bullet and powder.
     
  2. Potatohead
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    Not a bad idea. I could probably use some simplification. There's so many darned variables to keep up with.
     
  3. Foto Joe

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    I just finished re-doing my Excel to automatically calculate Standard Deviation and Extreme Spread and enter those numbers on my main sheet which holds my load information. Excel actually has a cell formula to calculate SD but I wasn't able to make it work. Instead I wound up writing out the formula in open cells instead.
     
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