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  Open a load  
  All the loads in the database are sorted by the firearm, bullet and lot number.
When you want to work with an existing load, you start by selecting the firearm, then the bullet used.
All the loads that belong to that firearem / bullet combination will be presented in a grid showing the important information about the loads.
The grid can be sorted by a click on the column header.

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  Ballistics
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  The ballistic section of this program is able to calculate the velocity, energy, trajectory, total drop, time of flight, wind deflection, lead, MOA, and the sight adjustment up to 1000 yd or 910 m.
The information is presented in a grid that can be saved as a CSV file so that the data can be used in a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel.
The data can also presented in various charts that can be viewed by selecting those charts in the charts menu.
The charts can also be saved as an image file.
It is possible to compare up to seven different loads at the same time and save the data as CSV or an image file.
The program uses the Ingalls tables for the ballistic calculations. This is identical to the G1 table which most of the bullet manufacturers use to calculate their bullets BC.

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  Point blank range

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  The program will calculate the optimum sight in range within the distance above and below the line of sight that you have entered.
The program will also calculate the maximum point blank range.

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  Ballistic Coefficient
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  The ballistic coefficient can be calculated in three different ways.

1. Using two velocities and the distance between the two measuring points.
2. Using bullet time of flight.
3. Comparing two bullets with the same shape but having a different weight.

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  Compare loads
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  You can compare up to seven different loads at the same time and save the data as CSV or an image file.

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  Create loads
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Create loads (Min Max) should be used if you have a max charge weight and a min charge weight and want to create a number of loads between those values.

Create loads (Free bore) should be used if you want to experiment with the free bore to increase the performance of your loads.

Create loads (Percent) should be used if you have a max charge weight and want to begin to load at a percentage below max weight.

Create loads (Weight) should be used if you have a max charge weight and want to increase or decrease the weight by a specific amount.



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  Targets
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  Here you can input your shots from the paper target and save the target data along with the load.
The program will calculate group size and the group center.




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  Chronograph data receiver
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  Rob's Reloading Organizer is able to interact with the CED Millennium chronograph and the Shooting Chrony Beta or Gamma models;regular or master.
You can download your saved velocity information directly to the program just by connecting a cable from the chronograph to the computer.
The program can handle up to 20 shot strings of any length, the program also calculates the average velocity, standard deviation, extreme
spread and shows the highest and lowest velocity.
You can add and delete shots and the program can display a chart with all the velocities in each shot string.
If you don't have one of the supported chronographs, you can use the data receiver screen to enter shot velocity information by hand.


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  Databases
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There are over 2400 bullets from 40 manufacturers in the bullet database.
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The ammunition database contains 1600 different cartridges from 13 different manufacturers.
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The primer database holds primers from eight different manufacturers.
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The powder database holds most of the powders on the market.
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The firearm database is where you save the information about your firearms.
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User submitted reloading data is a collection of various loads that the users of Rob's Reloading Organizer have contributed.


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