Re: reloading manuals/ books
I personally have manuals from about all the makers, Sierra, Nosler, also have a Lyman manual or two, and I just bought a new Hornady manual two days ago. It's important to have as many references on hand to use as a comparison when you are in UN familiar territory. Also, with the abundance of powder makers out there, some of the manuals can't list them all, but in the other manuals it usually will give mention to it for you. Get your hands on as much loading info as possible, these are our" bible" to reloading. The front sections are always interesting reads as well.
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