How To Create and Maintain Good Reloading Notes
In this video I explain and demonstrate the method I use for creating and maintaining a neat set of reloading notes with the aid of computer software.
I have made longer, in-depth videos devoted to explaining this technique. For those wishing to explore this subject in more detail, those videos can be found in the following playlist.
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