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Old September 9, 2002, 12:50 AM   #8
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Well, I didn't want to sound like I was putting you off, but without a lot more details it would be hard to estimate. You know all the details, not to mention the fact that shoppng for reloading stuff to me is a lot of fun. can check out all the bullets available, the powders, different brands of brass etc. Decide what you are going to do with the load and buy accordingly. Buy a couple good reloading manuals and read them from cover to cover. Another good source of info is to call the bullet and powder manufacturers and talk to them. They have always been very helpful to me and right on the money with their advice.
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