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Figured I'd ask before getting a membership.

Is it people uploading their own loads or is it pulled from reloading manuals, bullet and powder manufacturers?
 
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I just went to their site. No mention of membership and when I put in standard data it seems they pulled info from the manuf sites. I use the manuf own sites to confirm my loads even after leafing through my Lyman's 59th manual.




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No I do not.
 
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I've used the site for 5 years. Lots of really good, reliable data, but most is available only to members. For me, I find that it is well worth the cost. Things like accurate, tested, data for 32 H&R Mag. in a strong gun is available only there as the commercial loading manuals only show data suitable for H&R revolvers which were not particularly strong...


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I just called yesterday and requested that they not renew my membership. I was finding that most of the loads for my components were readily available free elsewhere, usually from the powder or bullet manufscturer's website.
 
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