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Who gave me this Load Data Sheet

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by scrat, Aug 25, 2008.

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  1. scrat

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    im not too sure who gave this too me. Not too sure if it was here or on Calguns. Any how i tried it out. Not too sure about the spotter deal However this sheet actually works. Its kinda nifty for finding a good load for a specific gun. The file is zip format just click on it and take a look. If you guys know who made this i need to know i have some questions.

    Its a load developement worksheet. you just type in the numbers and it kinda charts your loads.
     
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    any one
     
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    The creator was Jason Blatt.
     
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    How exactly did that work? It was a little confusing.
     
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    ok who is jason blatt is that someone that used to be on here. before i say how it works i need to ask some questions myself. i got this i think about a year ago maybe longer. its been in an old computer i was cleaning up. Thats when i saw it and i started to mess with it. i can see how it makes sense but have questions
     
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    Forget it scrat! The ocw,(optimum charge weight), is a bunch of BS! It's a poorly pirated clone of the Audett ladder system. The ladder system seldom works either.

    The time honored system of load development, of loading steps in powder charge weight from minimum up to max, then shooting in that order to see which groups is best, is what I AND MOST OTHERS use. Because it works! And you don't need a 2-300 yard range.
     
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    Optimal Barrel Time in conjunction with Quickload also works.
     
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    I agree with snuffy. :)
     
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    Forget it. Thanks for the info though guys.
     
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