Posted: 4/4/2012 11:17:22 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/4/2012 11:26:50 AM EDT by AeroE]
NEITHER AR15.com NOR THE AUTHOR OF THIS WEBPAGE TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. BY USING THIS DATA, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY AND HOLD THE AUTHOR AND Ar15.com FREE OF ANY LIABILITY.
Always remember to consult the manufacturer's load data and work your loads up by starting below the manufacturer's listed maximum charge. No attempts have been made to check if the loads are within the manufacturer's allowed range. The files are shared using Google Drive. By clicking on the link, it will open the file in Google's viewer. From there, you can download the whole file to your computer.
Click here to DOWNLOAD the file as an Excel spreadsheet (RIFLE)
Click here to DOWNLOAD the file as an Excel spreadsheet (PISTOL)
For factory load velocity data, please refer to this post.
PLEASE E-MAIL ME YOUR RECIPES AND PUT "Reloading" IN THE SUBJECT LINE. I will only accept recipes which include chronograph data
NOTE: I would really prefer this be in an Excel spreadsheet. Copying/pasting from raw data sucks, especially if there are a lot of updates. You can do me a HUGE favor by sending me a spreadsheet with the data formatted in columns to match the spreadsheet. The left-to-right column order matches the data format below; you can omit column headings if you want.
Data should include:
2) Case manufacturer
3) Case length
4) Bullet manufacturer*
5) Bullet weight*
6) Bullet type*
7) Powder manufacturer*
8) Powder type*
9) Powder charge*
10) Primer used
12) Firearm tested in (with barrel length)*
* = required field. If sending a spreadsheet, include those columns but leave the field blank.
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