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Unread 03-18-2013, 03:35 PM
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Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

mike
i am curious what is the bullet stability value in your spreadsheet?
what does it represent?

Micah
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

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    mike
    i am curious what is the bullet stability value in your spreadsheet?
    what does it represent?

    Micah
    It has to do with bullet weight, caliber, and rate of twist. It's an information point not a calculated value or value used in a calculation so zero works fine.

    Here's a pretty decent explanation
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    Unread 09-13-2013, 09:24 PM
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    Nice sheets Mike!

    I'll be glad to share mine but I do not know how to upload an *.xlxs (Excel) file. If anyone can share how to do this, I will post. You will see some of my 7mm Rem Mag load data as well.

    On that note, does anyone have any 7mm Rem Mag load data they would be willing to share with comments about accuracy, etc.?

    My "go to" whitetail deer round is 140 grain Nosler AccuBond, load with IMR 4350 powder (63.5 grains), Federal 215 M or CCI 250 Primers, Nosler or Federal brass. Case length: 2.491", Neck thickness: 0.012", OAL: 3.340" (0.10" off the lands).
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    Nice sheets Mike!

    I'll be glad to share mine but I do not know how to upload an *.xlxs (Excel) file. If anyone can share how to do this, I will post.
    Thanks! I emailed Len and he put them on the site.
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

    Link to free open-source office application that can also read/write microsoft excel, word, and other formats:

    Apache OpenOffice - The Free and Open Productivity Suite

    get the windows version if you are running windows.
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

    Here's the one I've been using and refining for the past several years.
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

    Well done! I was thinking of coming up with something like this, but you just saved me the trouble.
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