Hornady® Handbook of Cartridge Reloading: 9th Edition
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- A definitive resource for every reloader
- Written for all skill levels
- More than 900 pages
- Features information on Hornady's newest bullets as well as old favorites
An invaluable resource for every reloader's bench, the Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading: 9th Edition gives you more than 900 pages of data to help you reload your favorite cartridges. This reference comes filled with data for all the newest Hornady bullets like the NTX®, GMX® and FTX®, plus longtime favorites like the V-MAX™, SST®, InterBond®, InterLock®, A-MAX®, XTP® and more. It also offers data for popular cartridges, giving you applicable Hornady bullets along with velocity/powder charts. The 9th Edition adds popular cartridges, such as the .17 Hornet, .327 Federal, .356 Win, 5.56 NATO, .416 Barrett and .505 Gibbs and expands its data on standbys like the .223 Rem, .300 Whisper, .308 Win, .25-06, and many more. In addition to comprehensive reloading charts, this reference provides in-depth, easy-to-understand explanations of internal, external and terminal ballistics. Coupled with Hornady's online calculator, this book gives shooters all the tools they need to replicate the environment where they plan to shoot and reload your favorite cartridges accordingly.
Manufacturer's item #: 99239.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by topherthereloader Hornady's thorough reloading manual
This new manual covers all the usual cartridges and a whole lot of new ones. Hornady's proprietary bullets designed for tubular magazine lever actions and their leverevolution powder are covered. They have gone out of their way to include new powders, some of which I've never heard of. There are changes in the maximum charges of old favorite powders, as well. I've always thought their informational chapters are the best, and always read the advice given for a specific cartridge or bullet, if it applies. The first part, where they explain cartridges and reloading techniques, is easily understandable. Again, read the warnings. They apply equally to all of us.
April 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by greg25 good purchase
This book has alots of up to date good info but the ballistic you have off internet.Also some loads do not have powder charge for certain types of powders that are on the market.Example 243 loads,100gr. bullet no IMR 4350.Has good pointer,beginners and good definition section.
August 14, 2013
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