Thread: Starter Kit
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Old October 10, 2012, 08:03 PM   #14
Daggitt
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Read the ABC's of reloading. I feel strongly you should buy the book so you have it on the bench to refer to. Having it electronically is not practical at the reloading bench. Read it twice before you do anything. You will use it in the future. It is well worth $40 or whatever it costs you. Remember always , you are reading the rules to manufacture an explosive which you will be detonating in your own face. It is an extremely enjoyable hobby. But you CAN NOT screw up! Proceed slowly and with extreme care. Always use starting loads and work your way up to maximum loads. Watch closely for signs of excessive pressure The margin of error may be zero. Do not use load recipes off the internet etc. Use only loads published by the powder manufacturer or an equally reliable source. Good luck and welcome to the world of reloading.
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