Originally Posted by The Guide
I have the Hornady manual (it's at home and I'm at work 600 miles away and all they want to do is peddle their own brand of gear), can't find a Berger manual in any stores (I'll have to order one when I get some Berger bullets to load), and I have used the search function (use it almost daily to look up thing on this great website as there is so much information to sort through) to look this up. I don't want anybody to hold my hand while I actuate the press, I just want to know what the best kit and components are.
Sorry my posting a question has been a burden to the forum. I'll go back to my cave.
This is probably the best forum that you will ever be a member of... period. There are absolute experts here who have 'been there, done that, made the mistake, fixed it and shared the info'. The members here will go out of their way to explain, demonstrate, and even illustrate the solution to any and all conundrums encountered.
That being said, there is an unfathomable wealth of knowledge and information in the archives. We all refer to them and it's very easy to do. At the very top of every page, in the upper right hand corner is a search feature where you can access the archives. Being referred to the archives should in no way be considered as a slight, but rather as a good beginning reference.
I can't imagine any member of this forum who considers it a 'burden' to assist any member here, regardless of their experience level. Advice and assistance comes in all shapes and formats, one only has to be cognizant enough to perceive it when it is offered and gracious enough to thank those willing to help and coax you 'out of your cave'.
None of us were born knowing all about this wonderful sport. We all sought out those we considered to be experts and learned at the knee of the masters, graciously and humbly.
Always at your service, and always grateful for those masters who are here for us 'padiwans'.