New participant from Germany registered as "Leupold&quo

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New participant from Germany registered as "Leupold&quo

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:22 am

Hi Everybody,

My name is Thomas and I am from Germany.
I am a hunter and sport shooter. Interested in PPC1500, F-Class and everything regarding gun sport.
Since 7 years I am reloader and use a Lee Classic Cast Turret press.
Now I borrowed a Pro 1000 for reloading my .38 Special WC to investigate if the press reliable and fast enough for me.
And - Yes - It looks pretty good in my first impression. There are some issues that I am not happy with, but I found several improvements by this forum and hope to find more in the future.

Maybe some users like the excel calculator I made a few years ago to find the best auto disk setup for the preferred powder.
I will share it if it is possible to upload it to the forum.

BR

Thomas

PS: Please excuse my broken english. It is not my attitude to be rude if it sounds like that.

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Postby magic mike » Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:20 pm

Welcome to the forum Thomas. Glad to have you here.

mike

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Postby Sparky45 » Mon Dec 02, 2013 4:06 pm

Welcome Thomas; I guarantee your "broken English" is far better than my German. Please post your Excel calculator for best auto disk setup, I'd love to use it.
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Leupold
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Postby Leupold » Tue Dec 03, 2013 5:35 am

Hi,

now I am official registered. Thank you!
As a wellcome present I would like to share my "Lee Calculator".

http://goo.gl/2HC73K

Please check it out and feel free to give me feedback to this tiny tool.

BR,

Thomas


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