This topic contains 23 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by  alamogunr 2 years, 8 months ago.

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  • #26813
     Doc Highwall 
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    I have been busy lately casting bullets for a test this summer and when I got done casting, I have been just writing down what I had cast and placed a piece of paper in with the bullets. Well I was thinking that maybe I should make up a standard sheet that has all the pertinent data on it so I would not forget anything. Well I posted it over at cast boolits, and they thought it was good. Then somebody asked about a sheet for heat treating bullets, so I made one of them up also, and thought I would post them here as well.
    Cast Bullet Label.pdf

    Cast Bullet Heat Treat Label.pdf

  • #26814
     chutesnreloads 
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    Clever.Print on regular printer paper.Trim them down.A shot of Spray Mount on the back and they’ll stick to about anywhere you want them stuck

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     VANN 
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    Much appreciated.

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     uber7mm 
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    Great idea. Thanks.

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     Smoke4320 
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    Are you angling to save a magic marker tree ?
    Now I will not have anything to do while my bullets are in the oven, Like cutting up scraps of paper to make notes on and writing all that out each time

    seriously . Thanks for taking the time to share

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     Screwbolts 
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    Now, that looks like a good way to replace having sharpies and masking tape scattered around.

    Ken

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     DeadWoodDan 
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    This will come in handy! thanks for posting and putting the work into it Doc!!

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    Thanks for sharing.

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     chutesnreloads 
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    Screwbolts;n5521 wrote: Now, that looks like a good way to replace having sharpies and masking tape scattered around.

    Ken

    Ah…..no……..there will ALWAYS be sharpies and tape scattered around.Especially the sharpies

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     VANN 
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    Does anyone have a pdf of a good load log, I just write everything on legal pads. On more than one occasion I’ve misplaced my pad and couldn’t find it. I really need a good load log.

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     Doc Highwall 
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    Maybe I will have to design a reloading log for cast bullet users. No problem!

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    VANN;n5533 wrote: Does anyone have a pdf of a good load log, I just write everything on legal pads. On more than one occasion I’ve misplaced my pad and couldn’t find it. I really need a good load log.

    I modified this one a little and it works well for me.

    http://ultimatereloader.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/UR-Load-Data-Record-Book-2.0.pdf

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     VANN 
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    Thanks, I’m horrible at record keeping.

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     Goodsteel 
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    Awesome idea Doc.

  • #26857
     Doc Highwall 
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    Thanks Tim.

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     Phil 
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    Thanks for the file. I must get some printed out.

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     Chris C 
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    Doc Highwall;n5498 wrote: I have been busy lately casting bullets for a test this summer and when I got done casting, I have been just writing down what I had cast and placed a piece of paper in with the bullets. Well I was thinking that maybe I should make up a standard sheet that has all the pertinent data on it so I would not forget anything. Well I posted it over at cast boolits, and they thought it was good. Then somebody asked about a sheet for heat treating bullets, so I made one of them up also, and thought I would post them here as well.
    Cast Bullet Label.pdf

    Cast Bullet Heat Treat Label.pdf

    Thanks, Doc, I like those. Printed ’em out and will use ’em next time I cast. Much appreciated.

  • #26931
     Doc Highwall 
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    I decided I needed to make up a reloading log sheet and post it as a PDF format so it can be downloaded and use by the members here. let me know what you think about it.

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     Chris C 
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    Cool, Doc. Lot’s of info to keep track of what I’m doing both at the pot and through the whole process. I like it. 😉

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    Thanks Doc. Great idea and well done.

  • #27028
     Doc Highwall 
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    I updated this to version #3

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     Doc Highwall 
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    Shameless bump

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     Goodsteel 
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    Another shameless bump to the top………..permanently.
    Thanks again Doc.

  • #28844
     alamogunr 
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    Kind of resurrecting this, but can anyone clue me in as to how I can provide a left margin on the Reloading Data form so I can punch the sheets for a 3 ring binder? I’ve tried reducing the image but the extra space is put on the right side. Apologies for the lack of computer smarts.

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