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    Reloading Handbook Favorites

    I'm going to start reloading some 9mm (Ruger P95) and .357 mag (77/357 rifle) and I'm looking for a good reloading handbook.

    I'll be doing some casting and buying some factory bullets as well.

    Please share your favorites

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by zebulon View Post
    I'm going to start reloading some 9mm (Ruger P95) and .357 mag (77/357 rifle) and I'm looking for a good reloading handbook.

    I'll be doing some casting and buying some factory bullets as well.

    Please share your favorites
    When I was casting I used the lyman bullet book nosler also has a good book

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    Thanks for the reply.
    Bought a Lyman Pistol and Revolver reloading handbook today. Lot's of powder/bullet combinations to use as a starting point!


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  5. Lyman or RCBS cast bullet manuals.
    If you have a favorite bullet brand, then their manual.
    Hornady and Speer manuals are excellent.
    You can buy "Handloading for Handgunners" and "ABCs of Reloading" from Amazon. Buy old copies of both (the first is only available as old).

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    Casting is a lot of fun. I usually do it out in the back yard on a fall day using a Coleman stove.

    The Lyman manual is a great place to start. Most Powder manufactures have load data listed online also. Hodgdon's has a great site and includes Winchester powders.

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