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Thread: What is the best software package to assist in load development?

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    What is the best software package to assist in load development?

    As above, what PC software package do folk recommend for load development? Thanks JCS

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    For load development, there is only one package Quickload, available from JMS Arms. for exterior ballistics there are several packages, although quickload does also include exterior ballistics programs

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    John I have a copy of Load from a Disk which you can try.
    It gives good starting points and ranges for most calibre, bullet, powder choices and you can transfer the data you end up with straight into a trajectory or Energy vs distance graph.

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    i realy like quickload and has quick target included in the package its all you need

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    another vote for quick load, its wide ranging and easy to use.

    Ian

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    John,

    I have quickload and load from a disk. You are welcome to come round and try them out for yourself before committing to any purchase.

    Mulac

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    Quickload once you have the barrel time you save loads of powder

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    John.

    I will go with Quickload but I have just played with Brian Litz new package and that is pretty good as well.

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    Out of curiosity, what cartridge are you developing loads for? ~Muir

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