I agree with you here. I have already looked over the the 12 reloading manuals that I have and I know that I have at least three powders that will work. It is enjoyable to see what others have tried and had success with even if my rifles shot what appears to be a shotgun pattern with the same thing. Sometimes it makes me go back and try a load again, or try a powder or bullet that I have not tried. Even more important it gives me something to read while I drink my coffee. Happy shooting.Alas, there is no smiley for flogging a dead horse.
Do you have a book on reloading?
*Which* 150 grain?
For *what* model rifle?
Do you have powder? Primers? Brass?
You might want to read this page:
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I'm sure I come off like a d1ck in some of the things I write, but when typing with thumbs on a phone, I opt for the most direct response.Sometimes it makes me go back and try a load again, or try a powder or bullet that I have not tried. Even more important it gives me something to read while I drink my coffee.