Re: Reloading book??
If you are just getting started, get a Lyman manual as the first.
Contrary to some ideas, bullets are bullets for the most part. The tiny effects of any slight variation between bullets is vastly overshadowed by variations in our rifles and those used by the various loading book makers. Ditto books from specific powder makers.
Following the common adage, "Start low and ONLY work up IF no signs of pressure are evident" takes care of any variables in bullets of the same weight, powder lots, cases, primers, rifles, etc.
Last edited by boomtube; 04-05-2009 at 03:40 PM.