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Old October 2, 2012, 11:26 AM   #19
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Thanks. I was thinking I could load batches of 10 or so, each with various loads of powder based on book recommendations, maybe no more than 50 or 60 rounds. Keep labeled and batched accordingly and then take to the range, shoot, record results.

After validating what works (I hope they all work) that will give me a good idea of what to produce.

Bingo, your on the right track,when I started 40+years ago(stone age) there was not the information you have available I made a lot of mistakes but fortunately back then components were much cheaper.

I keep a log of the load, date, etc, when I return from the range I make notes in log as to temp.wind,accuracy of loads.

Happy reloading your entering a great hobby that makes shooting more enjoyable.
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