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Old 07-03-2011, 09:22 PM   #1
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I'm getting ready to start reloading, and I've already gone through the process of choosing a press, studying on reloading, and ect, but I'm not sure where to look for reloading data. I'm going to order several reloading books, but does anyone know of any online sources I can use? Any help would be very appreciated.
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:48 PM   #2
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I think most of the bullet makers are going to make you buy the book!

On eBay, you can find a "One Book One Caliber" guide for just about any caliber that will give you a good assortment of loads for different bullet/powder combinations for one specific caliber. They're useful and inexpensive.
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Go to the powder manufacture websites.
They have the most up to date information.

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hodgdon.com if you use their powder. It is a great site.
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All powder manufactures will have on their side reloading data.

Also Sierra Bullets will give you data if you ask for it.

If you ever get stuck and you are using Sierra bullets just call them they will work hard to get you going and figure out your problem.
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If you ever get stuck and you are using Sierra bullets just call them they will work hard to get you going and figure out your problem.
True, and I know that Berger will email you back or call you to answer your questions, too.
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Ive found all manufactures of bullets and powder will give you data if its available..... They dont want you blowing yourself up.......
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