Berger reloading manual

dkhunt14

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I got my copy and read through it. It is a nice reloading manual. I believe they put a lot of time into it. The book has a lot of cartridges that most of the others don't have. I believe it will be a big seller. Matt
 

429421Cowboy

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Very nice! I hope someday to get a copy. Does it also have articles on loading the VLD's to shoot well and such? Just curious as to the content.
 

submoa

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what is the max load for 130 VLDs in the 6.5 creedmoor with H 4350?????

sense hornaday can make up there cotton pickin minds

if you wouldnt mind please and thank you..
 

Joe King

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They haven't even started delivery to the masses yet, only to those that contributed in some manner to the development of the manual. Every time I see a thread like this I'm all (damnit! waiting waiting waiting) :rolleyes: watching the mailbox
 

Joe King

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I emailed Walt and asked him about reloading the hybrids. He said the only change you should notice might be a velocity change.

His exact reply:
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]No the only thing that will change is the velocity of the bullet. [/FONT]
 

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