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Old March 12, 2013, 11:20 AM   #9
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Sure the ABC's is pretty basic, but a good place to start. The Speer #14 is sort of a step above in it's coverage of technique. The Lyman 49th has the bulk of the recipes. When you put the three together and add in the expertise and experience of this forum, you should get along fine.

If you have Amazon Prime (the wife does) you can borrow the ABC's on the Kindle (again the wife's) for free.

I will go on a bit about the author of the ABC's who is a stickler for safety. I comes across in the writing. Somewhere in the book it is noted he lost his hands as a youngster attempting to make homeade gunpowder.
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