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Speer #14 Loading Manual

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by loadedround, Aug 3, 2007.

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  1. loadedround

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    I just received my new Speer #14 Reloading Manual and am quite impressed by it, the Speer people outdid themselves on this one. Seems to be twice as thick as the old #13. Suggest all you serious reloaders purchase one and read it.. MidwayUSA has them in stock.
     
  2. lee n. field

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    The 13th edition is hardbound, with sewn pages.

    How well is this edition bound?
     
  3. Sunray

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    Have a look at the latest Lyman manual. The Lyman manuals have more loads using more powders and bullet weights than any bullet manufacturer's book. Not that there's anything wrong with a Speer manual, but it only has loads for Speer bullets.
     
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    Does Speer 14 have loads for 7.5 Swiss?
     
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    Or .50 GI?
     
  6. loadedround

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    The Speer #14Manual is hardbound also, but being thicker does not seem to be the quality of the older manuals. No, the new manual does not not list the 7.5 Swiss or the 50 GI.
     
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