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#458229 - 10/19/07 08:32 PM Calculate what you save by reloading.
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http://wrzwaldo.org/Reloading/Public/ReloadCalc.xls


copy and past to address bar if it does not link. You can also copy/past info to your excel spreadsheet after you go to sight.
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#458342 - 10/19/07 09:13 PM Re: Calculate what you save by reloading. [Re: ]
GRAMPS
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I do not save anything by reloading. However, I get to shoot a lot more than I could afford if I was buying factory ammo.
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#458522 - 10/19/07 11:43 PM Re: Calculate what you save by reloading. [Re: GRAMPS]
LY
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Still alot cheaper than the per pound we pay for deer meat.

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#461093 - 10/22/07 02:55 PM Re: Calculate what you save by reloading. [Re: ]
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With ammo prices going up I think I will get ahead. A box of WSM shells are $47.oo!!!!!!
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#461839 - 10/22/07 08:28 PM Re: Calculate what you save by reloading. [Re: Hillbilly Hunter]
smstone22
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It would take forever to get ahead lol
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#462406 - 10/23/07 07:35 AM Re: Calculate what you save by reloading. [Re: smstone22]
Sako
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I reload so I can shot what I want and that way I do not have to rely on a ammo manufacture to make what what I want...
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#462553 - 10/23/07 09:00 AM Re: Calculate what you save by reloading. [Re: Sako]
CPerkins
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Ditto on what Sako said. I reload not to save money, but to have options that I can not get from a manufactured ammo. I can tune a certain ammo to my gun and get results that exceed what I could get from what I could have bought. There is also an added feeling of ackomplishment when you shoot a deer with a load that you developed and assembled.
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