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Discrepencys between editions of Sierra manuals

 
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Old 07-31-2006, 12:36 AM
 
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Re: Discrepencys between editions of Sierra manuals

A big Ahmen on QuickLOAD . As a Microsoft developer, I cringe at the horrible UI and other fundamental programming fopaux - but the results are excellent.

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... but I can't see pressure trace on all my rifles. And I wonder about it's calibration(basis). SAAMI?

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I too am somewhat skeptical of PressureTrace, but that won't stop me from acquiring one and doing some testing. I think it's overkill for most folks. Like you say, a chrony, QL

captdavid does make an excellent point on primers (don't switch without starting load dev again). The PressureTrace looks pretty cool but is overkill for most folks.
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