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Old 09-06-2013, 04:31 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by res45 View Post
Herter's,who he was and what he did.
I have four of the Herter brother's book in my personal library, they are amazing.

An example: Don't climb a tree with a saw to top it. Instead strap dynamite at the point you want to top it and shoot it from a safe distance

These are handy tips that are just so hard to use today
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Old 09-17-2013, 10:55 PM   #12
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Bought a box of Herters 6.5x55 at the Cabela's in Buda, Tx. a few months ago. Box says manufactured by Sellier & Bellot. Shot decently in a couple of my Swedes.....nothing to brag about. I reload. When I first resized the Herters brass, had distinct impression the brass was on the hard side and would anneal it before reloading it the second time. Fired that batch, no split necks, and have reloaded the brass again.
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