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I am just about to start reloading. No place to buy books here. Anybody got some they would want to part with?

Recommendations on reloading 30-06, 9mm, 270, 45 long colt
 
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the best advice would be to look for the books published by the companies you intend to but the bullets from.
 

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Sorry -- I just now saw your question. I have one old Hodgdon manual that I don't need. It's old but it has all the standard calibers, just not the newer ones like the WSMs or others from the past few yrs. If you want to pay the shipping, it's yours. I could send it USPS at the printed materials rate and it would be pretty cheap. I also have an Accurate Powders manual, but I'd have to ask for $5.00 for that one plus the shipping. Just e-mail me if that would help.
 

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Here are some resources for you
http://hunting.about.com/library/weekly/aa010405a.htm
http://www.huntingsociety.org/reloaders.html
The internet is a vast resource. Hodgdon puts out a yearly reloading manual in magazine form you can find at the news stand. Sierra and Hornady will send you almost anything free of charge far as data is concerned--they also have toll free numbers for technical assistance no matter what components you'll be using. A local library would also be a good resource.
http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=238214
http://www.geocities.com/gunversation/r ... ing101.htm
http://www.bcwf.bc.ca/programs/core/dow ... oading.pdf
 
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