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Old 08-11-2012, 09:13 PM   #11
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I called my lgs i can get one for 320 not bad for a hb bolt gun with a adjustable trigger
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Old 08-11-2012, 09:16 PM   #12
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I called my lgs i can get one for 320 not bad for a hb bolt gun with a adjustable trigger
i just ordered one myself. though it might be a little wait yet on it due to availability. but i am patient and will just await it's arrival! gives me time to order some reloading dies and bullets. i have plenty of brass from my AR!
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I wanna get into reloading but the start up is kinda priceie
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Jekyll, it's not really that expensive. check out Lee reloading equipment. you can get an entire setup, minus the dies, for a decent price. check out MidwayUSA or MidSouth Shooters Supply for some good deals on reloading equipment. you could get everything needed to reload for a couple of hundred dollars if you shop around.
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Ok what about know how
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buy the book "The ABC's of Reloading" and another good one i like is Lee's Modern Reloading manual. the ABC's book can be found at Amazon.com usually less than $15. very good book, i have ti and have read it many, many times. Lee's Modern Reloading manual is a load data book, but many of the beginning chapters go into lots of detail about the reloading process. i highly recommend both to a beginner. get them, read them several times then lets talk and discuss reloading.
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buy the book "The ABC's of Reloading" and another good one i like is Lee's Modern Reloading manual. the ABC's book can be found at Amazon.com usually less than $15. very good book, i have ti and have read it many, many times. Lee's Modern Reloading manual is a load data book, but many of the beginning chapters go into lots of detail about the reloading process. i highly recommend both to a beginner. get them, read them several times then lets talk and discuss reloading.
Excellent suggestion. I'd learned the basics of reloading when a teenager in a neighbors garage. Over 40 years later, I returned to shooting and reloading as a retirement hobby. One of first things I bought when getting back into reloading about 6 years ago was the Lee Manual, which proved to be very informative and useful. While I don't own the ABCs of Reloading, have perused throught it at a book store. Its a very good reference book for reloading.
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Sounds goo guys i think il check in it
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Excellent suggestion. I'd learned the basics of reloading when a teenager in a neighbors garage. Over 40 years later, I returned to shooting and reloading as a retirement hobby. One of first things I bought when getting back into reloading about 6 years ago was the Lee Manual, which proved to be very informative and useful. While I don't own the ABCs of Reloading, have perused throught it at a book store. Its a very good reference book for reloading.
Don't forget the Lyman manual it is my go to book and I has many different bullet manufacturers listed. Also on the hogden web site they have a "reloading center" that is constantly updated and has load data for new cartridges as well and old
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Excellent suggestion. I'd learned the basics of reloading when a teenager in a neighbors garage. Over 40 years later, I returned to shooting and reloading as a retirement hobby. One of first things I bought when getting back into reloading about 6 years ago was the Lee Manual, which proved to be very informative and useful. While I don't own the ABCs of Reloading, have perused throught it at a book store. Its a very good reference book for reloading.
Huffmanite, it's an excellent book for beginners as well as veteran reloaders. usually can be found at Amazon.com for less than $15. i refer to it occasionally to figure out reloading problems. very good book and should be required reading for anyone considering getting into reloading.
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