Get the best reloader’s handbooks of all time! Learn how to get started reloading ammunition. Handloading has been around along time. If you are not familiar with it, its high time you learn how! Some of the best handloader’s reference manuals of all time are included in this Manuals CD. Get these handbooks and keep them handy for quick reference without the bulk of 1000’s of pages taking up shelf space. Here’s a list of the manuals on this reference CD:
Complete Guide to Handloading
By Philip B. Sharpe 1937
By Julian S. Hatcher 1947
Earl Namaore 1943
Our Rifles: Firearms in American History
Charles W. Sawyer 1944
The American Rifle
Towsend Whelen 1918
The Bullet’s Flight from Powder to Target
Franklin W. Mann 1909
The Belding & Mull Handbook
First Published in 1936 by Belding and Mull.
Here is a great overview article by Guns America’s blog on re-loading ammo.
You can read a free online ebook here on making your own tracer ammunition!
Don’t get caught without ammunition for your firearm. With such an unstable world, it is very prudent to store ammunition. Even small steps such as saving your used brass cartridges once you’ve shot them is a big start. Don’t ever let that brass stay on the ground when you walk away. Brass casings can be re-used. In fact, most were designed that way! The newer aluminum and steel cases are not designed to be re-used.
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