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Old January 4, 2013, 08:33 AM   #4
delta tide
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I'm still new at this, but I would suggest to go ahead do a new load work up. You probably won't find much difference, but better safe than sorry. Keep good records and you won't have to worry about load work up next time you can't find your go to components.

Excel has worked so far for me. Set up a column for every component, OAL, bullet velocity, or anything else you want and a general results column. The you can simply put on a filter to show just your information on Federal primers the next time you have to use them.
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