#### browndcm

##### Well-Known Member
I created this Excel file several years ago.

Input the weight of the rifle, bullet and powder charge, add the bullet velocity, stir well and it spits out the ft-lbs of recoil.

I downloaded to my phone but does not take an entry Maybe try my laptop
Any suggestions
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#### Pioneer500

##### Member
I created this Excel file several years ago.

Input the weight of the rifle, bullet and powder charge, add the bullet velocity, stir well and it spits out the ft-lbs of recoil.

Awesome! I can't wait to use it.

#### floyd kittrell

##### Well-Known Member
I created this Excel file several years ago.

Input the weight of the rifle, bullet and powder charge, add the bullet velocity, stir well and it spits out the ft-lbs of recoil.

Thank you Mr. Len . Floyd

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Thanks

#### Mike Matteson

##### Well-Known Member
I created this Excel file several years ago.

Input the weight of the rifle, bullet and powder charge, add the bullet velocity, stir well and it spits out the ft-lbs of recoil.

Nice! Thanks and I down loaded it.

#### Tommytrees

##### Well-Known Member
Nice! Thanks and I down loaded it.
Thanks Len. Just found this. Tommy

#### Hugnot

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Here is one I did recently. Math shown on task bar.

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#### Hugnot

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Need more info on workings for Powder/gas velocity - sort of fuzzy on that - jet effect.

Spread sheets are sure useful for shooting. Thank-you.

#### Mike Matteson

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Here is one I did recently. Math shown on task bar.View attachment 311680
1 item that I am not sure of: Powder/gas velocity, ft per sec. 5200. Question is that a standard on Powder/gas velocity. In all my years loading I hadn't either looked at that or wasn't aware of that. It makes senses, but kind of lost me. The formal is easies enough to understand and set up.