I need a new reloading manual

xdmikey

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I've been too dependent on handloads.org or .com and since they went tits up I'm floundering.

A manual with the newer powders is what I'm searching for. I'll check out 10Ring for those loadbooksusa pamplets but I don't have much hope for that.

Thanks
 

deemus

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I have the Lee, Lyman, Hornday and Nosler books. Sometimes the manufacturer has great info on their bullets. Thats why I have the Hornady and Lyman books.

I like to cross reference the manuals against each other. They rarely are an exact match.
 

TheMailMan

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I doubt you'll find a manual with all the new powders in it. Manuals typically lag 2-3 years behind new powders.

The newest manual on the market is the Sierra #6. A great manual if you use their bullets. Not so much if you don't.
 

xdmikey

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Nov 27, 2009
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I got you.

I guess I'll eventually use up the 30+ #s of CFE pistol but not in 38, 38+p nor 357mag.

Fortunately I have a pound or two of 231 I think.
 
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