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Which is the most accuarte reloading manual?

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Old 08-23-2008, 05:00 AM   #11
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I have looked in a couple of reloading manuals and I can not find the information I need to reload my Desert Eagle AE50 cal. I can't find which powder to use and when I do I can't find the measure data. This weapon is a great weapon and I love to shoot it, but finding information on it is scarce and very hard to find.
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Old 08-23-2008, 07:49 AM   #12
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Cartridge: 50 Action Express
Load Type: Pistol
Starting Loads

Maximum Loads


Bullet Weight (Gr.) Manufacturer Powder Bullet Diam. C.O.L. Grs. Vel. (ft/s) Pressure Grs. Vel. (ft/s) Pressure


325 GR. SPR AE UCHP Hodgdon H4227 .500" 1.575" 29.0 1201 30.8 1294
325 GR. SPR AE UCHP Hodgdon H110 .500" 1.575" 29.0 1250 32.5 1431


If you can't understand that go to the Hodgdon reloading website listed there .

Accurate has data

and so does Vihtavuoris website

Scarce and hard to find ??

while I had the sources in favorites I looked up the data for your round in less than 5 minutes .

The problem is you're looking at reloading manuals from bullet makers like Speer , try the the guys who make the powders .

Once you find the data you want you can copy it and make a file on your computer and even print it out and make your own little reloading manual .

If you ever find your internet down for some reason you can still get to your data on your machine and if you print it out you can still reload if the electric has gone off from a storm .

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Old 09-13-2008, 08:34 PM   #13
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I have most manuals but I do like Lee as it has much more than loads.I have been at it long enough to be able to figure out my own loads.
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