Re: Velocity question
No program can tell velocity from your rifle. Every one is somewhat unique. Roy is right, you don't need one, you can shoot at distance to get your drops and go from there. If you want to know for sure, say to judge where your are as far as the performance of your handloads, then you need to use one. Velocity is like a loading manual, it is a reference. It does not correlate to everyone across the board. Some rifles can take a higher charge of powder than others and not have pressure signs. Some rifles will shoot loads to a higher or lower speed than others. If your load is accurate and you are satisfied, shoot it. If you are feeling it is slower than it should be, find someone with a chrony and find out.