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Old January 7, 2013, 11:41 AM   #8
jag2
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I think Lee would be best for you because it has the most data. Several of the other manuals are from companies that make either brass or bullets so the data is slanted towards their products. Lee's is just a compilation of info from others. Speer is probably my second choice, still a lot of good info and a good cross check. I have Lyman's, seldom use it. The rest just don't provide enough data to take up space on my shelf. And don't forget the internet, most powder makers have loading info on their websites.
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