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Old 09-12-2017, 02:38 PM
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Originally Posted by TAROMAN View Post
If you're new to handloading, there's more to it than just looking up a powder charge and stuffing cases.
Any of the better manuals (Lee, Lyman, etc.) also have great tutorials to get you started on the right path.
When I began loading, too long ago to remember, powder choices were mainly the "holy trinity" (Bullseye, Unique and 2400).
With the plethora of new powders now available, a current manual (or 2) will be exceedingly useful.

I ONLY used Bullseye and Unique for over 30 years. I had IMR for rifles. When I got into magnum loads, then I added 2400.

That's all I NEED, but the powder shortages of the past few years have caused me to branch out to a dozen other powders for pistol and two for rifle.
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