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Gordon's Reloading Tool

I have used Quickload for a couple years and then gave Gorden's tool a try about a year ago.  It was pretty limited in the options for powders, bullets etc.  I just downloaded the latest release and it has made a huge improvement in this area.  If you don't have Quickload and are looking for some reloading software, I would suggest you give it a good look.  Also, for those how might care, besides being supported on Windows, it is also supported on Linux.

Here is the link to it.  There is no cost but you do need to register.
https://grtools.de/doku.php?id=en:doku:install
Bob
If everything seems under control......you're just not going fast enough

Re: Gordon's Reloading Tool

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I think Robin has used this and likes it.

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I played with it a while when the powder options were extremely limited.
I was also modifying case capacities to fit my improved cartridges so with both those things being said I never really could get it to "line up" with what I was doing and lost interest.

I may give it another go but I'm not very tech savvy and enjoy testing on paper anyway.
Dave

 

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I played with it a while when the powder options were extremely limited.
I was also modifying case capacities to fit my improved cartridges so with both those things being said I never really could get it to "line up" with what I was doing and lost interest.

I may give it another go but I'm not very tech savvy and enjoy testing on paper anyway.
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ThanksgorthecurrentlinkBob; now I may be able to play with it more
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