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Latest Reloading Manual

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by LubeckTech, Sep 22, 2008.

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  1. LubeckTech

    LubeckTech Member

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    Any recommendations as to what are best of the current crop of loading (rifle and pistol in one) manuals?
     
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    Probably the Lyman 49th Ed. manual ... very broad, swaged, cast, jacketed ... missing a few calibers. Doesn't tend to be as overly conservative as, for instance, the current and last 2 editions of the Hornady load manual.
    /Bryan
     
  4. rcmodel

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    +1 on Lyman.
    If you can only have one, that is the one to have.

    I also like Speer & Hornady, although I understand the latest Hornady #7 doesn't contain much on the old standby powders.

    I haven't seen the Lyman 49 yet to judge it, but if it's even close to as good as the older ones, you gotta have it.

    rcmodel
     
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    Lyman 49th Editi...Oh...You guys already mention that one...
     
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