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Reloading Costs Spreadsheets


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I got a little bored during a recent snow day and worked up a google spreadsheet for calculating reloading costs. I thought I'd share it in case anyone else was interested. Select the spreadsheet tab for each of the reloading components and enter your cost, then click on the load tab and choose the components from those you entered to see the cost per round.

http://drive.google.com/templates?q=Reloading+Costs+Template&sort=hottest&view=author

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This is what I did. You enter what you payed for components and it compares you cost per box with the cost of factory. Then it takes the "savings" - what I spend on reloading tools and gives me the savings for the year. It makes it easy to explain buying a new gun for example when i saved 2k last year.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B89Q-VVttMu4SEFEYXBWTjM5ZWM/view?usp=sharing

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This is what I did. You enter what you payed for components and it compares you cost per box with the cost of factory. Then it takes the "savings" - what I spend on reloading tools and gives me the savings for the year. It makes it easy to explain buying a new gun for example when i saved 2k last year.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B89Q-VVttMu4SEFEYXBWTjM5ZWM/view?usp=sharing

Great point and is something I "convinced" my wife of as well. I figured the payoff on my LnL with a bullet feeder is right around 5k rounds. Once I explained that reloading costs vs factory ammo, suddenly she doesnt mind me going shopping for powder, primers, supplies, etc so much anymore. Better to let me spend a few bucks here and there instead of couple hundred everytime we go to the range :)

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