The answer, as always is, it depends on what you're reloading, rifle, pistol, shotgun?
In the past couple of years I have purchased 7 reloading books. My last two are by far the best in terms of content. My advice is the following oder:
The Sierra and Speer are both to be read like the bible, over and over. Truly encyclopedic. I refer to them whenever a new question pops into my head. The lyman is worth the money and a good overview. The Nosler book is also good and worth the money and a must if you use their bullets.
I would stay away from Hornady's book. It was my first book and looking back I can truly say it was a waste of good money.
Experience is a very bad teacher because it first gives you the test and then teaches you the lesson.
Last edited by Eppie; December 20, 2012 at 09:06 PM.