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Old 11-22-2011, 12:16 AM   #11
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First buy a book. ABC's of reloading and/or the Lyman 49th Edition Reloading Handbook.

I was looking online and noticed that there are at least 2 books by the title "ABC's of Reloading". By which author would you suggest?
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If you get a Lee turret press make sure you get the 4 hole turret press and not the three hole so you can use the Lee factory crimp die when reloading pistol ammunition.
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Lee Classic Turret press is what you want. Add the Safety Prime system and the Lee Auto Disk Powder measurer and that will get you taken care of for a long time.

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I was looking online and noticed that there are at least 2 books by the title "ABC's of Reloading". By which author would you suggest?
IIRC, there is a newer version/edition recently released (9th edition, Rodney James, released Jan 2011). It's not like they reinvented the wheel with the new one (I wouldn't think so, anyway.) If the cost is close, the latest info is typically best. The previous version was released in 2005. Aside from some newer, cooler equipment, I wouldn't think much has changed.
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If you get a Lee turret press make sure you get the 4 hole turret press and not the three hole so you can use the Lee factory crimp die when reloading pistol ammunition.
My .357 and 44 mag. dies crimp on the seating function....i am using a 3 hole.
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