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Unread 12-12-2008, 09:32 PM
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Re: reloading manual

Originally Posted by Russ M View Post
Winchester 69, I am going to have to disagree with you on the Lyman manual. I found it very hard to read the how-to section. I found it very badly organized.
If you are describing the 49th manual, I may have to rescind my recommendation. I know the 47th and 48th to have been information-rich. If the new one doesn't follow suit, then it may best be avoided. Thanks for the mentioning.

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    Unread 12-13-2008, 03:01 PM
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    Re: reloading manual

    thanks for your input guys I appreciate it Denis
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    Unread 12-13-2008, 06:46 PM
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    I also would recomend the sierra manual because they do not make powder
    therefore are not as biased about powders used and it has a lot of ballistic
    information .

    The handest one I have found is the "Hodgdon's Annual Manual" that comes
    out every year and has the latest cartriges.

    It looks like a magazine and cost arround $7.oo .

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    Unread 12-13-2008, 08:52 PM
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    Re: reloading manual

    My main reloading manual is the Hornady 7th edition, it really is a good one (it also has linked material on-line. i.e. ballistics. etc.). If I were to choose ONE, it would probably be either the hornady 7th or the Sierra manual. I also use the speer 13th tho.

    The best advice I can give tho is this. If you can afford it, buy at least two! There are some differences in powder charges/types etc. between two manuals most of the time, so you can cross reference and find out what works in your rifle.

    Don't forget this one tho, it's free, and it's really helped me out a time or two.

    Good luck and have fun.

    Sample Hornady reloading section.
    Red mist. It's an addiction!

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    Unread 12-13-2008, 11:41 PM
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    winchester 69 it is the 48th that i have and my bigest problem was that it was very hard to read it may have just been that that made me miss the stuff you are takling about i will try to read it agen
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