Can anybody tell me about this program and how/where to get it.
I know nothing about it but have heard people raving about it on a few forums!! Here's another link to a big write up on it!
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Its a decent enough tool, though moderately expensive unless you are constantly working up loads for different powders/bullets, etc. Remember it is ONLY A TOOL. Be careful.
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Quickload is available from NECO: https://www.neconos.com/category/Software-2
Very useful if you shoot "odd" things. (wildcats, obsolete stuff, rare or brand spanking new stuff) But even then, only for a little while.
It's kind of like owning a boat. You don't want to own a boat, you want to have a friend who owns a boat.
Sliced bread, the greatest thing since the 1911.
I once upon a time owned a boat. Everybody I knew was always wanting to borrow it when I was going to use it. Sold boat problem solved. Now I go with a friend who has three boats.
Now I need to find a friend who has QuickLOAD. Think I'll make some calls.
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