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I got 2 more questions for yall

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Big Bore Fan, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. Big Bore Fan

    Big Bore Fan

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    I'm almost finished getting everything I need to start loading. I see there are going to be times that I will need a bullet puller, are the hammer one ok/safe? Beating a bullet out seems wrong to me. The other question is I have the lee loading manual, should I get another manual to compare or can I just use the lee and compare that to company web info? Or the load sheets at Midway.
     
  2. XDRoX

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    It's a good idea to have more than one manual. I like the Speer's one. Lyman makes a great one also. The hammers are perfectly safe and you should definitely get one.
     

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    Thank's XD, I picked up the RCBS hammer on my way home. I didn't have time to thumb through the manuals I'll have to go back when I have more time.
     
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    Amazon is probably your best bet for a new manual. I have an RCBS hammer as well. It has come in handy on a few different occasions:whistling:
     
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    Bullet hammers are a very good investment! I have a cheap FA and it works fine. I check several sources, and work the load up, Welcome to GT.
     
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    Most the info in the Lee manual is also available on the web. It's not a bad place to start but I would recommend a better manual. I have the Lee and the Lyman. Hodgon has a free manual as well.