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A Reloader's Database

Author:Jack Aldridge [Send Author Email]
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Date
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January 03, 2006
Description:This database has forms to record reloading data for any number of different firearms. Each weapon has a linked 'Load Data' database so that specific loads for that particular weapon can be tracked. There are fields for Powder, Bullet, Primer, Case Length, Bullet Length, Field Conditions, Results, and so on.
Has Data:No
Has Forms:Yes
Filters:Has all the normal HanDBase Filters
Sorting:Ditto
Comments:Please email me if you find this program useful or have suggestions regarding its use.
Price:FREE
Version:HanDBase v.2.7x or greater
File:reloader2.zip          Downloads: This Month 9 / Total* 1405
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename reloader2.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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02/09/2006 A Metal Detectorist's Database [Fun]
This database is for those who metal detect and want to keep track of their finds. It has forms and linked databases...making it easy to keep records of the location, finds on specific dates, etc. There are also capabilities for drawing maps, keeping GPS coordinates, and so on. You should open the database called 'detecto' first...the rest is self-explanatory....