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Sierra 5th Edition Reloading Manual

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  • Three-ring binder with 1152 pages of information


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Product Description
sierra This 1152 page manual retains the popular three-ring binder format and has been modernized with new cartridge information, histories and reloading recommendations. New bullets, new cartridges and new powders make this manual a necessity in every reloader's library.
The Sections include: a complete glossary of ballistic, reloading and firearms terminology, an updated section dealing with the reloading process, reloading tools and equipment, bore care and firearms cleaning.
Renowned ballistic experts Ted Almgren and Bill McDonald have condensed the section dealing with exterior ballistics into one of the most comprehensive dissertations available on the subject today. There's also a unique question and answer chapter with some of the most commonly asked (and some of the more unusual) questions fielded by our technical service line.

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Sierra 5th Edition Reloading Manual
 
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5.0

My favorite manual

By Al

from Milwaukee WI

About Me Serious Shooter

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Pros

  • Comprehensive
  • Easy To Update
  • Easy To Use

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      Comments about Sierra 5th Edition Reloading Manual:

      I use Sierra pistol bullets more than any other brand, and I like the three ring format. It lets me open the manual and lay it flat on the bench, or pull out a page and make a copy if I'm going shopping for components, specifically powders I might not normally use. I don't know any reloaders who just use one manual, and I consider this one a "must have"

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