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    Howdy,
    Does anyone know of anyplace that offers reloading clinics for the beginner? The thought of working up loads that work well for my rifles seems very satisfying, but I'd really like to have a better idea of what I"m getting into before I make the commitment by buying a kit.

    Thanks,
    Steve

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    I think cabelas had one a while back.
    might consider buying a reloading manual and read up, then decide.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by sh View Post
      I think cabelas had one a while back.
      might consider buying a reloading manual and read up, then decide.
      Yup. When reading a book, you can set it aside to think about what you've read. Then pick it back up. You can't do that with someone blabbering a how-to class. A clinic would be fun, but read the manual(s) first so you have a leg up on the instructors course should you choose to take a class.
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      • #4
        Sportsmans warehouse seems to have one almost quarterly down here.


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          a Idea

          Originally posted by Boreal View Post
          Howdy,
          Does anyone know of anyplace that offers reloading clinics for the beginner? The thought of working up loads that work well for my rifles seems very satisfying, but I'd really like to have a better idea of what I"m getting into before I make the commitment by buying a kit.

          Thanks,
          Steve
          Ill give you one even better.... Go see Sterling at Arctic Ammo and Reloading. He's always more then happy to show you the ropes and show you how to use the equipment. you'll never meet a nicer guy and once you have a good working relationship with him he will be there to answer any questions you might have long after some sportsman's warehouse employee with questionable expertise has moved on to better things. I don't work for them or represent them in anyway, I've just had good experiences dealing with those folks.

          just my 2 cents

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