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One Caliber Load Books

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by neal7250, Mar 8, 2008.

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  1. neal7250

    neal7250 Member

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    Are these books still around? If so, where can you find them?
     
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    I've purchased a couple through Midway USA within the past year or two.
     
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    ive seen some at cabelas
     
  4. rcmodel

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    It's nothing you can't get free from all the powder manufactures websites.

    Also, the Lee book has all the data, from all the manufactures, for every caliber.

    rcmodel
     
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    Sportsman's Warehouse has them.
     
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    You can go on the manufacturers sites, download the data to your computer, or print it out by the calibers and make your own three ring binder. I have all the single caliber books for what I load, and I still look at the binder I made up from the manufacturers websites.
     
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    If you can find one to thumb through before you buy it, I strongly recommend you do. Most of them are getting pretty long in the tooth these days.

    Andy
     
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    They are just copies of all the reloading books for that one caliber and some of them probably haven't been updated in a few years. I look through them in the store to get an idea but never buy them. You can pretty much get all your info on the net for free. That and I don't like spending 8 bucks on a book for one round.
     
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    Midway has 65 single caliber books from Loadbooks USA. See them all Here.

    Like said above, you can probably get the same information for free from the manufacturer's load data sites. Accurate, Alliant, Hodgdon, Ramshot and VihtaVuori all have them.
     
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