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Old January 30, 2006, 12:46 PM   #4
Mike Irwin
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Your first step should be to visit the website for the company that makes the powder you're going to use. You can often download the most recent company specific loading manual.

Then, if you're going to be shooting a lot of lead, get a Lyman manual.

I also use the Hornady manual.

The Lee manual is very good.

Sierra and Nosler manuals are good if you're going to be using primarly their jacketed bullets, but the last ones I looked at were kind of limited otherwise (lead loads).
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