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Lyman reloading handbooks

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Navy_Guns, Jul 30, 2007.

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  1. Navy_Guns

    Navy_Guns Member

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    I just bought the 48th edition of Lyman's "Reloading Handbook". Is there anything in the 3rd edition of their "Pistol and Revolver Reloading Handbook" that isn't covered in the "handgun data" section of the 48th edition reloading handbook? I just want to know if it's worth another $15...
     
  2. Navy_Guns

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    Anyone? Buehler?
     
  3. The Bushmaster

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    I own Lyman's 48th Edition, Sierra's V Edition 2nd printing and about 6 other booklets, but none specificly for handgun...
     
  4. ReloaderFred

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    Buy the Third Edition of the Lyman Pistol and Revolver Manual if you load for handguns at all. There is a wealth of information in that manual, with many, many loads that aren't in the main manual.

    If you're interested in getting the most out of your handguns, as far as variety of loads is concerned, you can't go wrong with this manual.

    Hope this helps.

    Fred
     
  5. P5 Guy

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    You cannot have too much information, but I have the Speer 13th and the new Lyman and they seem to have everything I need.
     
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