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Reloading Cost Calculator (Rifle)

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Naterater, Jan 4, 2012.

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  1. Naterater

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    Reloading Cost Calculator (Rifle+Pistol)

    If you have Microsoft Excel, give this a try. It's simple and very user friendly. I made it because I can never get the online ones to get what I want. If you have any comments or corrections on the program, please let me know!

    The file is an Excel Document that is virus free. Download it and use it. I claim no copyright. Tell me if the attachment doesn't work please.
     

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  2. J_McLeod

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    Didn't work for me. Could be my software, or the attachment. Not sure which.
     
  3. Naterater

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    I posted 2 versions depending on your software. Try either of them I guess.
     
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    neither works for me,,says it corrupt
     
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    Worked for me. Basic but I like it.
     
  6. J_McLeod

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    It was my software at work. I was able to get to it at home. Pretty similar to what I made. I love Excel and use it for everything. Why is it rifle, instead of just reloading?
     
  7. Naterater

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    I guess it should be rifle or pistol-- NOT shotgun. The "bullet" cost would be different depending on shot weight.
     
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    Shotgun could be written into the formula as well if it was needed.

    Another great use for Excel is as a reloading log. I use it so I can filter by caliber, bullet weight, powder or others.
     
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    Never mind
    I figured out what I was doing wrong.

    Both versions worked for me.
     
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