Re: I need a refresher on load development.
I don't know how you tried to save it, but I just right clicked on the pic and selected "Save As" and it opens "My Pictures" file and gives the option to rename before hitting save. This is where I go to zoom in on them too. If that's what you already did and it didn't work I don't know what to tell you. [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img] I just did it on my Fathers computer and it worked fine so.... [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img]
The psi data I get is from an Oehler 43 PBL. About 800 bucks and some change I think is what they're running, need a computer (laptop unless your shooting out your front door) to operate the M43 program though. [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
My dad was shooting his 300wsm and at max load but psi indicated 50k psi so we're going to test some more loads out next time a little hotter. Kinda handy but not real cheap. I got a good deal on the one I have used, 400 bucks with all the accessories made for it and a load of supplies too. Got lucky or I probably still wouldn't have one yet. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Converting CUP to PSI is not exactly liniar and I don't know of anyone telling how either. Interested, if you find out do share.
On another note, I've found more often than not that even at 70k psi VERY little psi signs are even notable. Bolt lift can be felt VERY, VERY, VERY slightly at over 65k psi in most cases but it isn't too noticable if your not paying very close attention. Just what I've found so far that might help ya all...