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Alea iacta est
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I'm not looking for quantities, or specifics. But, I would like to know the following, if you would please:


Number of different powders you have?

Number of different bullets you have (same weight by different manufacturers counts as different bullets)?


Number of different primers (same size by different manufacturers counts as 2 different primers)?

Number of calibers you load for?



Thanks guys!

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powder: 21
bullets: 34
primers: 13
calibers: 9




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Actively?

Powder: 2
Bullets: 6
Primers: 1
Calibers: 2

I am guessing this is market research for your app.


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Alea iacta est
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Originally posted by PPGMD:
Actively?

Powder: 2
Bullets: 6
Primers: 1
Calibers: 2

I am guessing this is market research for your app.


You guess wisely. And though you're welcome to buy it if you want, I don't think you're my target market. Lol hopefully most people have lots more inventory than you do! Lol




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Powders...12

Bullets (including bullet moulds)...27, 6 weights of shot

Primers...13 including 209's

Number of calibers...7, plus two shot guns 20 and 12 gauge


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Alea iacta est
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Ooh, interesting.

I hadn't considered shotgun components. Crap.

Maybe that will be in v2. Lol




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I load for 9 pistol calibers
8 rifle calibers
6 different primers app 50 k on hand
Bullets ,many different brands,Sierra hornady nosler speer zero ,at one time I had 330 pounds of pulled 147 and 62 grainers but have loaded most up
I cast and coat 9mm ,38,357,44,45. probably a 1000 # on hand
Have probably eight different molds mostly lyman.
Gave away my lee ones.
Powder,that is a hard one,stuff has accumulated for decades stowed in saw boxes probably 40 to fifty pounds
Mostly order from powder valley twice yearly with about $600.00 on just my favorite couple.
 
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Powders-3
Bullets-3
Primers-2
Caliber-3
 
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Off the top of my head:

Powders 6
Bullets - 3 in one caliber, three in another caliber, 1 in another caliber, 3-4 in another and two in the last I think
Primers three or four different manufacturers
Calibers five

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The Persian
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Originally posted by exx1976:
You guess wisely. And though you're welcome to buy it if you want, I don't think you're my target market. Lol hopefully most people have lots more inventory than you do! Lol


Probably not I am pretty streamlined with my reloading setup. Even at the top end I doubt I will add that much more to it. So an Excel sheet would work fine for my reloading tracking.


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Powders: 17
Primers: 8
Boolits: 22
Calibers: 11

Good grief...when did I acquire all this??? Eek



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powder: 10
bullets: ~30
primers: 8-10
calibers: 6







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Originally posted by entropy:
Powders: 17
Primers: 8
Boolits: 22
Calibers: 11

Good grief...when did I acquire all this??? Eek


I was thinking the same thing. lol







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Roughly...

Powders: 12 (7 rifle, 5 pistol)
Bullets: 25 (17 rifle, 8 pistol)
Primers: 9 (6 rifle, 3 pistol)
Calibers: 11 (4 rifle, 7 pistol if you count .38Spl/.357Mag as two, and .44Spl/.44Mag as two more, otherwise 5 pistol)
 
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15 powders
4 primers
16 bullets
6 calibers

Geez I'm running low again...


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44 different powders (more if you count powders that have changed over the years like reddot, 2400 and others that used to be made by Hercules and now by Alliant and powders that are the same as others but in different containers like H110 and W296)

96 different projectiles (more if you count ammunition already assembled or the same bullet but wax lubed vs PC vs HiTek coating.)

36 different primers (more if you count changes in manufacturing like the old Winchester white box primers that are nickle plated vs the current blue box brass primers).

A bunch of different calibers but less than a dozen often.
 
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Like PPGMD my info probably won't be very useful but here it is anyway.

Powder: 9
Bullets: 6
Primers: 3
Calibers: 3
 
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Powders: 3
Bullets: 4
Primers: 2
Calibers: 4

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Primers - 9
Powder - 26
Calibers - 19
Bullets - at least 50. Since bullets are not heat sensitive I store them in garage and in an outside storeroom.
 
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Powders: 15 (some I don't use anymore)
Bullets: 37 (Mostly different weights/caliber)
Primers: 5
Calibers: 9

I have a bunch of partial cans of powder I simply don't use anymore. I buy powders that I can use in various calibers. (RL22 & IMR 4350 come to mind in loading 7mm rem mag/.270 win / 30-06).
Same with projectiles. Powders I have (* don't use/haven't tried yet).


Accurate 2230
Accurate 1680
Accurate No. 7
Accurate 2200
H322*-(Haven't tried)
H335
Win 231
WSF*-(Don't use)
WST
Unique*-(Don't use)
Blue Dot*-(Don't use)
WC844 Surplus*-(Haven't tried)
CFE223*-(Haven't tried)
IMR4350
RL22

I load for the following:
9mm
.357SIG
45ACP
300 BLK
223
6.8 SPC
.270 WIN
7mm Rem mag
30-06


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