Net resources for the reloading newbie

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    Net resources for the reloading newbie

    It seems like a lot of people are getting interested in reloading all of a sudden due to the political environment and there are always a lot of questions.

    Reloading any cartridge is a basic process that anyone can do,although when starting to reload and figuring out the hows and the whys, the informational overload can be somewhat discouraging at times.

    Heres is the link, click on it.
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    There is alot of information on the Internet. This website that I am bringing to attention here will help in that search. It lists 10 different reloading manuals. It has articles that will tell you how to reload every kind of pistol and rifle ammo and some you have probably never heard of, as well as some of the more exotic stuff.

    For you guys that collect Milsurps, there is a wealth of info there for you too.

    For you shot-gunners, it tells of everything that you need and lists some manufactures load manuals. Powder,primers, weight of shot, shot cups, presses, anything.

    For the gadget geeks, every kind of reloading device and how to use them is there.

    For those that already do or ever thought about casting bullets, the info is there. Lubing, molycoating, bullet stability formulas, lots of excellent info and some subjects that will expand your horizons.

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    A couple of dozen downloads for things like bullet trajectory, speed of bullet at any range, calculators, reloading labels, all kinds of neat stuff.

    Its a good link with lots of info and one that you might want to bookmark for future reference.
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    linky no work

    If you buy a Lee pro 1000 or Loadmaster this is an excellent site
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    Worked for me, thanks HG...
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    Wow, it'll take weeks for me to go through all of that stuff. Thanks for the heads up.
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    The forum on BrianEnos.com is a wealth of great info and very helpful reloaders ... Brian is awesome to work with as well.

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    Thanks HotGuns

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    Thanks for the link, looks like a good one.

    But you realize that with more folks starting to reload, for the short term it means it will be harder for those of us who have been doing it for a while to get components.
    Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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