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Reloading Manuals.

Discussion in '10mm Reloading Forum' started by loneeagle, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. loneeagle

    loneeagle

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    I have a hornady 7th edition and Speer 13th and 14th edition, Both were given to me.
    What other reloading Manuals do you suggest I look at I was checking out sierra and some others. I just wanted some input before I buy.
     
  2. billybob44

    billybob44 LoaderHolic

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    For most overall info, I like the Lyman Manuals. I have the 48th+49th editions, and they do me well.
    For particular calibers, I like the One Caliber Load Book also. I have several of those. The One Caliber book list ALL of the bullet Mfgs. in the first section and ALL of the powder Mfgs. in the second section. You may check on Flea-Bay for those books at a discount-that's where I bought them..Bill..:wavey:
     


  3. MinervaDoe

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