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Unread 12-19-2002, 08:47 AM
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Liink to Ladder/Audette Method of Load Development

here is a link to the most detailed discussion of the ladder/audette method of load development. the article is very long with pictures etc but well worth copying to word file and saving. Got more details than I knew. For example they discuss shooting a ladder (20 rds) to find seating optimum seating depth. Never thought of that.
http://home.snafu.de/l.moeller/Ladde...htm#Laddertest

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    Unread 12-19-2002, 06:39 PM
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    Re: Liink to Ladder/Audette Method of Load Development

    Hello, BH

    Thanks for the tech-post--it is much appreciated, for certain. As a point of fact, I'm on my way over to check it out now.

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    Re: Liink to Ladder/Audette Method of Load Development

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    here is a link to the most detailed discussion of the ladder/audette method of load development. the article is very long with pictures etc but well worth copying to word file and saving. Got more details than I knew. For example they discuss shooting a ladder (20 rds) to find seating optimum seating depth. Never thought of that.
    http://home.snafu.de/l.moeller/Ladde...htm#Laddertest

    BH
    BountyHunter,
    I would love to read the details on this ladder/Audette method, . . .
    but I can't seem to get to the page. I get the following message:
    "Forbidden

    You don't have permission to access /l.moeller/Laddertest.htm on this server."

    Can this be posted somewhere when I can get to it?
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    Re: Liink to Ladder/Audette Method of Load Development

    I ran into the same BH
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    Re: Liink to Ladder/Audette Method of Load Development

    me too guys .
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    Re: Liink to Ladder/Audette Method of Load Development

    the original. post is 9 years old
    i do not know if google cached goes back that far
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    Re: Liink to Ladder/Audette Method of Load Development

    Not the same one BH linked to originally but a good article on the subject.

    Long-Range Load Development
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