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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by robin303, Apr 1, 2010.
Do any of you guys use this site. http://ammoguide.com/
Nope, never saw that one...
This one is free however
http://www.handloads.com/ (upper left, click load database)
Best feature of the site is being able to pull up just about any oddball cartridge out there. Another feature is the ability to enter a bullet weight and get loads or a powder and get loads. It doesn't have everything but it is a good site for the money.
I've used it and frankly, I'm not impressed. If you're looking for the ultimate on-line resource it's LoadData.com.
Thanks I have that site. I guess I'll save my money,
Well, http://AmmoGuide.com/ offers capabilities and tools that can't be found anywhere else. For example, the ability to pull up any 8 rounds visually, side-by-side...
The Visual Comparison Tool...
I also like how the tools are so highly integrated. For example, after selecting some rounds to visually compare, with one click, you can then compare their ballistics...
(One can also go the other way with one-click too, of course.)
BTW, the Ballistic Comparison Tool is a free AmmoGuide.com feature; feel free to enjoy it here:
The website has many other special features and a lively reloading-centric forum. Another thing I like about that website is that the owner is such a good-lookin' guy...
I use it. I too like the options available, but whatever floats your boat.
Valid points Mike and although I tilt toward the site mentioned in my post above based on personal requirements and the sheer volume of vetted, published data availability, I sometimes forget that other shooters may prefer a site with other attributes. AmmoGuide does indeed have a great deal of information unavailable elsewhere in a single location...thanks for stepping up to point it out.
You bet. FYI, here's a heads up - starting tomorrow morning (4/9/10), we'll be offering 5 days of free access (to non-paying registered members) to two our normally restricted tools, the Cartridge Master List and the Visual Comparison Tool. We try to do this at least monthly. We'll be sending this newsletter out to those signed up to receive them...
Main graphic from the newsletter...
Hope you enjoy AmmoGuide -Mike