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The Ultimate Reloading Manual
Wolfe Publishing Group
  • reloading manual
  • alliant reloading data
  • reloading brass
  • shotshell reloading
  • bullet reloading
The Ultimate Reloading Manual


1. How do I search for loads? has a powerful search engine that allows you to search by caliber, bullet weight, powder type, or a combination of all three. Let's say you just inherited several cases of Hodgdon H-4831, just type it into the powder type field, and you will get every load in the database using that powder. If a shotgun uses the same powder as your pistol, it will bring up both in the powder type search. You can also search by powder manufacturer. This search will bring up every load for every powder they make. Be aware that this list is very extensive and could take a long time to come up. The best way to search for loads is to start out broadly and then refine the search to what you want. For example, in the caliber search box type .30-06. This will bring up every load that we have in the database on the .30-06. Look through the list, see what you like, and then refine the search further. Let's say you want to search for a load in the .30-06 using a 180-grain Barnes X with Hodgdon's H-4831 powder.

  • In the caliber search box type: .30-06
  • In the bullet weight box type: 180
  • In the powder type box type: H-4831

This will bring up every load in the database using the combination above. Now we may have 50 loads using a variety of 180-grain bullets. All 180-grain bullets are considered the same for loading purposes. They may not all perform the same, but the data is the same. If you have any questions on the search engine, please email us at

2. What do I do if I can't find the load I am looking for?

If you do not find a specific caliber, please email us at We will do our best to find data on that caliber and get it online. Most requests are answered within 48 hours. If we have the data in house, we usually get it online within two weeks.

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