Quickload software

Rusty PW

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Have a question for those who have Quickload. I need a starting point for a powder. A Ruger 338 LM precision rifle using Vihtavuori 24N41 powder, 285 gr Hornady ELD Match bullets, Lapua brass, and CCI 250 primers. Because I'm out of H1000, and RL26. :(
 

asd9055

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Have a question for those who have Quickload. I need a starting point for a powder. A Ruger 338 LM precision rifle using Vihtavuori 24N41 powder, 285 gr Hornady ELD Match bullets, Lapua brass, and CCI 250 primers. Because I'm out of H1000, and RL26. :(
Vihtavuori lists 24N41 for 300 grain bullets only. Since this is QL only, not actuall loading, I would start it at 90% capacity (about 80 grains), which is lower than the use on the 300 grain, and go from there. Again, QuickLoad only, Not actual loading.
 

Rusty PW

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Vihtavuori lists 24N41 for 300 grain bullets only. Since this is QL only, not actuall loading, I would start it at 90% capacity (about 80 grains), which is lower than the use on the 300 grain, and go from there. Again, QuickLoad only, Not actual loading.
I was thinking at starting at 82gr and slowly work up until I see pressure signs. Stopping before it's a compressed charge.
 

Justice1327

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Have a question for those who have Quickload. I need a starting point for a powder. A Ruger 338 LM precision rifle using Vihtavuori 24N41 powder, 285 gr Hornady ELD Match bullets, Lapua brass, and CCI 250 primers. Because I'm out of H1000, and RL26. :(
I can give you what GRT has. But I would need to know more info. Exact length of your bullets average is OK. Exact length of your brass again average is OK and H2O weight of your brass.
 

Sending156s

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Helsyeah mentioned Gordon's Reloading Tool. From what I can see of it, it is a good (and free) program.

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Just asking if it is still only has windows version as I don’t want to partition my Mac to run windows version. I’ll also search the internet for answer. Thanks
 
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