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Old October 18, 1999, 10:18 AM   #6
BigG
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I like the Lyman manual because it covers all bullet weights and powders. If you get a bullet makers manual, they strictly talk about the bullets they make. Not to say I don't look at them, though. Also, the pamphlets published by Accurate, Hogdon, Winchester, etc. are also useful to me.

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