Cartridge Reloading in the Twenty-First Century: Tools, Tips, and Comprehensive Information [NOOK Book]

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A comprehensive guide to modern cartridge reloading, Cartridge Reloading in the Twenty-First Century provides detailed information about getting started in reloading, selecting the basic tools needed, and choosing your components as well as step-by-step instructions for reloading rifle and handgun cartridges and how to test your loads at the range. The text is supplemented by more than one hundred detailed photographs that illustrate the various types of reloading equipment available and provide guidance in ...
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Cartridge Reloading in the Twenty-First Century: Tools, Tips, and Comprehensive Information

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Overview

A comprehensive guide to modern cartridge reloading, Cartridge Reloading in the Twenty-First Century provides detailed information about getting started in reloading, selecting the basic tools needed, and choosing your components as well as step-by-step instructions for reloading rifle and handgun cartridges and how to test your loads at the range. The text is supplemented by more than one hundred detailed photographs that illustrate the various types of reloading equipment available and provide guidance in performing the actions that result in a handloaded cartridge.

Cartridge Reloading in the Twenty-First Century covers many common problems the handloader may experience, provides unique information about reloading the .50 caliber BMG, and highlights the changes between reloading in the twenty-first century and reloading in the mid-twentieth century.

Not only for beginners, Cartridge Reloading in the Twenty-First Century offers advanced reloading information that describes special reloading tools as well as techniques for improving the accuracy of your handloads. The content of Cartridge Reloading in the Twenty-First Century will appeal to both someone considering reloading rifle or handgun cartridges as well as a person who already has acquired some experience in cartridge reloading.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781628734461
  • Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/8/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 418,996
  • File size: 11 MB
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Meet the Author

Charles T. Richards started reloading in 1950 for the .218 Bee using the Lyman Model 310 tong tool. He now reloads for a number of cartridges ranging from the .204 Ruger to the .30-06 Springfield. He recently retired from Intel Corporation after a career as a technical writer for over thirty years, mostly in the telecommunications industry. He now enjoys writing for pleasure rather than business and, when not writing, enjoys trips to the local gun range to punch holes in paper. Richards resides in Parsippany, New Jersey, with his wife, Marilyn.
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  • Posted June 27, 2014

    Great resource

    This book has a complete overview of proper reloading practices. It also has up-to-date information on available reloading hardware.

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