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    Default Getting Started On Reloads

    I am a total noob but would like to get into reloading/hand-loading. Can ya'll point me in the right direction or suggest where I can find info for the beginner?
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    Welcome to the forum!
    You will find a wealth of great information in the sub-forum here called Handloading. You have to be logged in to see it.

    Lots of good threads on just about every facet of handloading you can imagine, and some very knowledgeable posters many with decades of handloading under their belt. I have learned a lot from it and enjoy it immensely. Give it a look see, and best of all it's free

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    Woops, my bad, thanks for the heads-up.

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    First suggestion is to buy a good reloading manual and read from the cover to the data. Lyman, Speer, Nosler.....take your pick. Lyman lays it all out pretty good. After that then start asking specific questions on the handloading forum.
    "Everything that lives and moves will be food for you. Just as I gave you the green plants, I now give you everything."

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    Welcome to the forum!
    First thing is to get ABCs of Reloading and read it.
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    Thanks guys

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