Craig J

Best book(s)

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I am looking to learn how to reload 223, 270 and 308. I did it many years ago. I have my some recipes from 15 years ago. I know things have changed since then. Is there a recommended book(s) that I should purchase or borrow? I want to be safe and I also want to start saving some $$. This dollar+ a round on the bigger ammo is a bit sharp. Thank you for your help and ideas in advance.

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I really like the Hornaday Reloading manual and the Nosler Reloading manual. Both are very well written and easy to understand.Jason

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Those books should get you started Craig. Let us know before you get into buying to much reloading equipment. The RCBS RockChucker kit is a very good start and will last you a lifetime. I have a RockChucker press that I bought from RCBS after a tour of their plant back in 1968 and it still works flawlessly. :lol:

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Get those little paper bound reloading manuals that are caliber specific. They list every bullet and powder combo and recipies for about anything you can think of instead of having to purchase reloading manuals for each brand of bullet/powder. About $7-8 each.

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Do you know who puts them out and what the titles are?
Craig, these are the books he's talking about. This one is for the .223.http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.exe/...leitemid=360676Here is the page for all of them.http://www.midwayusa.com/ebrowse.exe/brows...9315***16729***I hope this helps...John

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