I do shoot a bolt action, so that is one less thing to worry about.
I do own a reloading manual: Lyman's 49th.
I don't have to hand right now, but one reason I had such issues with crimping my .44s was that there was only vague guidance on what crimp was needed in the manual. I got my info here.
This time I came here first and I'm glad I did. I've now got the information I need and I'm now able to order my reloading gear and start to plan my reloading accordingly...
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Any idea that relies on murder for its survival in intrinsically weak.