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Helping a beginner

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Unread 03-11-2013, 02:28 AM
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Re: Helping a beginner

Originally Posted by Backwoods Boy View Post
I just want to increase precision as I have a 300 wsm that is a little picky about what it likes. More than likely I would go with the single stage because it would make me slow down and be more careful. I understand the need for the loading manuals but do they lay out the process or just give load data? If it matters any I would be hand loading for a 300wsm, 7mm-08 and a .270.
Manuel's give more than just data,they tell you step by step, how and why
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    Unread 03-11-2013, 07:32 AM
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    Re: Helping a beginner

    Thanks guys. Ill start reading
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    Unread 03-11-2013, 09:36 AM
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    Re: Helping a beginner

    I use Lyman and Nosler and numerous websites to compliment/augment them. I also have a video from RCBS ... IIRC, it cost me $10.

    Pay special attention to the safety aspect ... there is no substitute for safety, esp. on something that goes kaboom - safety, safety, safety ...

    Good luck and enjoy!

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    Unread 03-11-2013, 10:00 AM
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    Re: Helping a beginner

    Get the manuals for the different brands of bullets you plan on loading with. For example. If you plan on shooting Nosler & Hornady, get the newest Nosler and Hornady manuals. If you plan on shooting Bergers down the line, get a Berger manual when you do. If you plan on shooting Sierra's....Get a Sierra manual.

    I currently have the newest Nosler (7) manual, and the newest Hornady, since those are the 2 main brands of bullets I shoot. Soon will be a Berger manual.
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