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Old March 13, 2013, 01:34 PM   #23
Bart B.
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Any reloading manual that says what it's reader believes and makes sense to the reader based on that reader's concepts, knowledge and skill with reloading tools and understands the mechanics behind the process will be considered "good" to that reader. Doesn't matter who published it nor when it went to print. In spite of information that defies the laws of physics oft times put in reloading manuals, that makes no difference whatsoever to many.
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