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Old 4 April 2007, 12:01
HOLLiS HOLLiS is offline
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Originally Posted by KBAR-04
First thing is a good reloading manual. Second is a scale of some sort. Everything else is gravy. You can spend literally 1000s on loading equipment, depending on your OCD level...

Most affirmative on the reloading manual. Also read the other manuals too. Like anything, there are things you just don't do or mix it can be deadly. If you know some who reloads you can ask them for help.

BUT of all things a manual. Problem with advice from people, you may not be told all you need to know, forget what you heard or learn their bad habits.
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