Book by McPherson, M L....
|Title||:||Metallic Cartridge Reloading|
|Publisher||:||Book Sales 3 edition December 1, 1996|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
|File Size||:||760 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Metallic Cartridge Reloading Reviews
Ordered the Matunas Reloading manual as a replacement for my old copy damaged during a move. Find there are some excellent recipes (old standard workhorse powders, not the more advanced new options) that work well for several of my weapons, along with some worthwhile tips and suggestions. Easy read, well written, most useful for beginning the hobby of reloading, but will likely find the tables and recipes worth using much longer.
I bought this book on the strength of good reviews in Amazon. The only weakness I have found is the imprecise identification of powder manufacturers in the reloading tables. An example are the references to "No. 9" or "No. 2" powders. These are probably Accurate Arms- series powders but could be mistaken for Hodgdon or Hercules products with similar numeric designations. A preface to the tables, giving the author's abbreviation conventions, would have been useful in a reference used by both beginners and advanced handloaders. Safety and clear, non-ambiguous tables are a must. Check the Measured Density tables starting on pg 45 for powder ID's before using the Reloading Tables.
old book good read on time arrival
Boyfriend loved it
My husband requested that I get this book for him and this is something I have no knowledge about, but I know he liked it and wanted the information it provided.
Covered all the basics. Very good.
There are much better ones at lower prices. I know, I own them! I could not recommend this book because I've read older ones that have more quality and lower priced.