I just picked up a copy of "Modern Reloading" by Richard Lee. Lee as you would guess is the owner and designer of the Lee reloading equipment company Lee Engineering. I'd seen this manual advertised but never seen one until I picked up a copy at the gun show this weekend. The copy I got is the first edition but I'd guess things hadn't changed much except for some of the powders.
It makes for some pretty interesting reading especially on some of the topics like the effect of crimping on accuracy etc. I also note the book data on the molds that Lee makes like the 315 gr .44 bullet; I haven't found this data in any othe manuals. I'm still reading through so I'm sure I'll find some other intersting stuff.
Anyone else every use this manual or even see a copy before? if so - what are your thoughts and impressions?