Ready, set, reload! With ammo shortages on retailer's shelves, unprecedented firearms sales across the country, and burgeoning numbers of new shooters, reloading is growing in leaps and bounds. Handbook of Reloading Basics, written by industry experts Robin Sharpless and Rick Sapp, is aimed squarely at the new handloaders and simplifies both the equipment and the process. Inside this bench-handy reference you'll find: Step-by-step instructions for reloading metallic cartridges and modern shotshells Press selection--single-stage, turrets and progressives explained Component breakdown--primers, cases, hulls, powder, wads and bullets Dozens of illustrative photos and a comprehensive resource listing. Before you buy your first press, before you polish your brass or sort your shotshell hulls you must read Handbook of Reloading Basics. This invaluable reference is the one to get you started and keep you loading round after round.Infact, one lookatapageof your reloading data manual should make itobvious that there are somany variations, so many factors ... Indeed, shotguns andhandguns actually share numerous powder types, but even shotgun-specific powders areanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Reloading Basics|
|Author||:||Robin Sharpless, Rick Sapp|
|Publisher||:||Gun Digest Books - 2014-05-14|