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Gun Digest's Shooters Guide to reloading
by Phiilip P Massaro
Gun Digest books
This is one in a series of gun digest books on reloading by Philip P Massaro who own a custom ammo making company. It covers more than the basic info on all the equipment, components. It also coves case work, putting a handload together.
He then delves into the ballistics's end of it, with what to buy, and how to figure out what you need. He also covers some special situations, and a chapter on success stories of making the right ammo for the game.
It isn't a be all end all on ballistics or handloading. it does fight with the other book he has written in the gun digest series. It also doesn't contain any data. It was a interesting and good read with clear B&W photo's that the gun digest books are known for.
They also are currently running a sale and have the collection of his books on sale. http://www.gundigeststore.com/reloading-ultimate-collection?icid=GDSHomeHeroKOTM110115
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