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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-24-2010, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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reloading manual for .223 rem?

im new to reloading and was wandering if anyone could point me towards a good reloading manual... thanks

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-24-2010, 05:55 PM
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Re: reloading manual for .223 rem?

loadbooks usa they are caliber specific but they have load info from all of the bullet makers & the powder manufactures. I have one for each caliber I reload for. If you want just one manuel go with the one from the bullet maker you intend to use the most. Also I check some online reloading sites this one is the one I use the most good luck & congratulations on saving your self tons of money & becoming a better shooter.
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Re: reloading manual for .223 rem?

Some good info here:

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Re: reloading manual for .223 rem?
Just go to the "data center" then navigate from there.
Cant beat the price and easy reference. Lyman makes a very good book to have for the bench though, numerous calibers,powders and info.
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Re: reloading manual for .223 rem?

+1 or IMR - check out varget powder for the 223 - and if you load other stuff you may find a varget load for that as well.
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