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Old 07-25-2012, 06:38 PM
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lee load data

I am brand new to reloading. I ordered two lee die kits. They came with load data for each load .243 and .300 win mag. Have you ever used their load data? I do intend on getting a couple reload books.
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Old 07-25-2012, 07:17 PM
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Re: lee load data

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Originally Posted by Big Jakes View Post
I am brand new to reloading. I ordered two lee die kits. They came with load data for each load .243 and .300 win mag. Have you ever used their load data? I do intend on getting a couple reload books.
The Lee data is as good as any as a starting point. Go to the reloading section here and learn the ladder method of finding your best seating depth for each bullet then work the powder up and down to find the most accurate load. It's work , but the fun kind.
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