I like this a lot. I may just start doing this myself.When changing to a new lot I'll use the same powder charge and make a few test rounds to measure velocity. If it's different than what I was getting with the previous lot I'll use Quickload to figure out what the powder charge should be to give me the same velocity.
Am I assuming your original load is at or near max recommended? If not, then there should not be any issues pressure wise. Am I correct in my thoughts?How much do you back off your load when cracking open a new lot of powder ? 2 percent? 5? This just bit me for the first time.
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