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Ammo box labels


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Lets see if these work, they're ammo box labels i downloaded from another site. They are formatted to fit on Avery brand labels, 8163 or any page of 2x4, 10 labels per page I believe. Ive not got my hands on any to try yet.


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Bookmarking this for future reference and saving in my docs.

I've been using those little index cards with handwritten notes.

Wish I could go in and change some of the calibers. Didn't see a 357 Mag.
It only let me download 10. There was a 357. I'll add it when I can get back to the computer.
Couple more.


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That's really good diesel. Thanks for that !!!!!
Not that I'm a big reloader,,,,,but that generic one is great for all those boxes of Lee slugs I've stocked up.

Thanks diesel!
I just looked at these and I have to ask:
Which of you guys are using an optical comparator? :cool:

The last one that I saw used cost (The QC shop at Vendo) over $30k (Starret) but I see you can get some Japanese ones now for under $6000.

Still a bit expensive for me.
Not an optical comparator. A bullet comparator. Attaches to calipers, for measuring base to ogive length of loaded rounds. More accurate than COAL. As bullet tips aren't always uniform.
Ahhh, so a little gauge of sorts.

I was thinking of the one they used, with built in XY table. It was the size of a washing machine.
Nice thing about digital calipers, is the ability to reset zero, after the comparator is attached. I still use dial, so its a handy annotation, because a base to ogive measue is considerably longer than a standard COAL. And could be very confusing.