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Free reloading manual.

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by rcmodel, Jun 19, 2009.

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  1. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    Just so you know, you can get a free hardcopy Alliant Reloaders Guide here.
    http://www.alliantpowder.com/resources/catalog.aspx

    I requested one last weekend, and received it in todays mail.

    Very nice slick paper book that covers shotgun, rifle, pistol, and Cowboy Action loads.

    No excuse for not having at least one reloading manual!

    rc
     
  2. marcodo

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    Thanks

    Got one on the way
     
  3. Floppy_D

    Floppy_D Member In Memoriam

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    Thanks, rcmodel! I know a few new reloaders who'd appreciate this.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    Thank you,
     
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    Thanks rcmodel,

    I ordered mine today. :)
     
  7. The Bushmaster

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    Yeh thanks rc...My old one is getting a bit shabby...Nice to up date once in a while...
     
  8. tomh1426

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    Thanks, I love free stuff!!
     
  9. lukepriebe

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    Mine's on the way. Thanks for the link.
     
  10. RVenick

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    Thanks for the link can never have enough manuals. :)
     
  11. Gryffydd

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    That's pretty cool. Personally, I have computer next to my reloading bench. I keep my loads in spreadsheets and have the PDF loading manuals from Alliant and several others as well.
    Alliant's PDF is on that link you posted.

    Paper manuals can be handy from time to time too though.
     
  12. RVenick

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    Thanks for the info I didn't see that. I also keep my info on a Laptop and that PDF will be on there tomorrow morning once the garage cools off. :)
     
  13. Nate1778

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    Thanks, I love the powder, now I have a manual.
     
  14. riverrat373

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    Hodgdon Reloading Manual

    You can also get a reloading manual for just the price of shipping.( $2.50 ) Go to www.hodgdon.com and click on Company Store.
     
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    Thanks rc. Hope it really comes, just signed up for it. I def. can't have too many manuals. I have 4 at the moment and still go online to compare my manuals to what others are loading and usually go right back to the manual.
     
  16. HK G3

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    Thanks for the heads up/link RC!
     
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    rc, thanks for the tip .... I just ordered one. Now if only they'd start shipping powder my way!! There's no Reloder 15 or 22 anywhere to be found!! :(

    :)
     
  19. kludge

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    rc, you must be the lucky one... six months later I'm still waiting.

    Is it any different than the online version?
     
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    thanks.Can't have too much info
     
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    rc, Thank you
     
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    I downloaded both the hodgon and the alliant manuals a while back. Its nice because when I load I have the computer close by anyway.
     
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    Keep those links around.... geez, it really creeps me out when people start talking about how they have some questions about loads they are making up, and then say something like "I'm going to get a manual pretty soon".
     
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    that better have been worth all that hard work and effort of typing in my address...


    Thanks RC
     
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