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Coming back to Reloading

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by Texaswolf, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. Texaswolf

    Texaswolf New Member

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    Since I am going to begin reloading again, 15 years having passed since I last did this, is there one reloading manual out there that brings together all the different major powder and bullet manufactures in one book. I know I can get the diiferent 'LoadBooks' manuals for most of the calibers I have or plan to get with my C&R, but I would like to have just one to use, not 10 or more. I have looked online, and at sites like Midway, but most seem now to be bulllet manufacture specific. Any help will be very much appreciated.
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  2. The_Vigilante

    The_Vigilante New Member

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    Lyman's 49th would be my choice.
  3. army mp

    army mp Member

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    The Lyman 49th or Lee Modern reloading is as close as you will get to a do all books. I have both. But go to the Lyman most times. I think you are just going to make it hard on your self with limiting your self to one or two.
  4. Dirtypacman

    Dirtypacman New Member

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    Does anyone have an older 47th or 48th they are willing to part with... pm if so.
  5. 312shooter

    312shooter Active Member

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    I'd second Lymans 49th, but if you really want to limit your resources I'd go with two and that would be the Speer 14th.
  6. Lee C.

    Lee C. New Member

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    Texaswolf, over the years now I have 8 different reloading manuals. And the best I think I have is the ( Metallic cartidge reloading, by M. L. Mcpherson ) You might have to look around for one but it's a good one.
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