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Old March 12, 2013, 03:31 PM   #11
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I still have my first copy I got back in 88, it's informative enough that it stays in my book shelf, and I also got a newer edition from somewhere, and I reference those books smetimes.
The NRA book of Handloading is another book I lean on once in awhile but the book I use religously more than these forementioned is Precision Handloading by John Withers, its old but so am I, it helps me tweak my processes on certain steps for accuracy and repeatability.
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