New batch

This is where the magic happens. This screen allows users to assemble a cartridge from available components.

Cartridge screen - batch section.


Batch name

This field will let you quickly identify a specific load recipe within a group.
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Primary components

  • Brass
  • Projectile
  • Primer
  • Powder

Primary batch components.

This sections need little explanation. It is the primary controls to assemble a cartridge.

View brass snapshot

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View batch report

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Load data

Load data.

Charge weight

Powder weight used in this cartridge.

Thrower adjustment

A note to describe how to re-adjust your powder thrower if you’d like to comeback to the same charge volume (e.g. "Lee thrower, mark: 3.5").

Charge reference

Charge reference note.

A note to remind yourself how you came to a decision to use a specific charge weight. For example, a note could be something like ‘previous experiments’ or ‘page 123 of reloading manual X’ or it can be left blank. However, it’s usually useful to add this reminder, so you know exactly how you got there if you try to replicate this recipe few months of years later.


Cartridge OAL

Cartridge overall length. This can be an overall length or from ogive. This is entirely up to you and a reference point (ogive or overall) can be added in the COAL advanced options.

Average COAL can be calculated and added manually to the field in the main Assembly section.

Average COAL.

Additionally, you can add values in the assembly - advanced options screens.

Advanced 'Assembly' options.

Here (advanced options) you can add individual COAL values and the application will calculate the rest.


All values in the Advanced Assembly screen can also be added manually, if you choose to do so, without the need to add individual rows to 'Assembly COAL' pop-up screen.

Total cartridges loaded

How many cartridges you have loaded.


Batch: Performance section.

Date shot

When did you shoot your ammo.

Best group

Tell the application how awesome you are.

Distance to target

How far from the target were you?

Advanced ‘Performance’ options

Batch: Performance section.

The default Performance section records basic information about the performance of your cartridge, date, group size, distance, etc. In a lot of cases, this is probably enough. However if you are using a chronograph, if you need to calculate standard deviation and other specific details... This can be done via the advanced Performance options.

Batch: Advanced Performance options.

Similarly to 'Assembly: COAL' you have an option to enter all data manually or add individual results and get the application to calculate the rest for you.

Performance - add velocity data.

The advanced performance screen has additional fields that you may want to (but are not forced to) add. Such as additional group size details, number of groups, shots per group and shooting direction. While this is not required, in the long run more data is always helpful. By filling in the velocity data, Reloading Studio will automatically calculate the rest of the values for you: min. velocity, max. velocity, spread and deviation.

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Sight adjustment notes

It may be the case that your scope is zeroed to a specific cartridge and this is the way you’d like to keep it. The ‘Sighting adjustment notes’ is a field where you can add a note about sight adjustment for cartridge you are testing, relative to your current scope adjustment (e.g. 1 mil up, 2 clicks down, etc.).

File Attachment

Add File

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Add Weather


Weather documentation window.

Add Notes


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Delete Batch


Delete batch, not to be confused with ‘delete cartridge development group’. This will delete batch from the application database.

Delete batch button.

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