Thread: which is safer
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Old September 12, 2012, 03:16 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Stressfire
As others have said, look into a reloading manual - if you cannot afford one, check your local library. I have made it a point to buy several manuals for the one I work at.
And if your library doesn't have one, go to your powder manufacturer's web site and download loading data from there. Also the bullet manufacturer's web site may have load data.

And get loading manuals, not just for the load data, but for the loading procedures described in the chapters before the load data.

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