Re: To My TFF brothers in arms
IMHO, reloading manuals are like the Bible; you can't read them once and get all the info you need. I've been reloading for 25+ years and still start with the starting loads when I reload with a new component (bullet, powder, primer, etc.). Before you start with your own load ideas, I'd suggest you start with tried and true loads, you'll experience fewer problems that way.They're called starting loads for a reason, use them...
My Anchor is holding fast.
Last edited by mikld; 06-08-2012 at 12:39 PM..