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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 shotshellsPress selection--single-stage, turrets and progressives explainedComponent breakdown--primers, cases, hulls, powder, wads and bulletsDozens 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.

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Too basic and low value 2. November 2014
Von S. Meliza - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Despite what you see in the cover photo, this book is not limited to Redding gear or metallic cartridge reloading. About 100 pages are devoted to shotshell reloading and about 80 to metallic cartridge reloading. Within the metallic cartridge reloading section the straight walled section is nearly a verbatim copy of the bottle-neck section so you really only get about 60 unique pages of metallic cartridge information, less than 40% of the book. Since I don't own a shotgun my review applies only to the 40% relating to metallic cartridge reloading. Kudos to the authors for separating into bottleneck versus straight walled sections rather than the traditional and erroneous rifle and pistol sections.

I disagree with the reviewer saying that this book reads like a Redding advertisement, it gives equal coverage to all brands. The author mentions the Lyman tools that he started out with and says that he still uses his "MidwayUSA" branded tumbler. The photo for an example tumbler shows a Hornady product. The picture of calipers is of Hornady products, the case trimmer photo is Lyman, all brands of presses are shown, the Lee priming tool is shown and promoted by the author, Lyman powder scales are shown, a set of Hornady dies, and two Hornady electronic scales appear in two separate photos. Redding products do tend to be shown when not the subject of the photo. For example, a Redding press in a photo showing a bullet seating operation.

Verbatim text re-use felt lazy. For instance, in the copied straight wall cartridge section case trimming was described again in great detail without any mention that it is not usually necessary for straight walled cases. Also, the re-sizing operation was a repeat of the bottleneck section with an addendum tacked on the end regarding carbide dies. I don't want to read two pages about lubing straight wall brass when the reality is that most people now use carbide dies and that should be a beginner's first choice as well.

Some parts of the book were inconsistent. Early in the book the author mentions how he puts a 3-die rifle set and 4-die pistol set onto a T-7 head so as to make best use of the 7 positions, but in the text he only ever describes using a separate crimp die when taper crimping pistol cartridges. Regardless of the crimp type the crimp can be performed while seating the bullet or as a separate step, and the later is preferred by most people (including the author) as far as I can tell.

It fails to adequately inform the beginner of common problems encountered. For example, case head separation is briefly described in the text, but there are no drawings of pictures of it. There was also no picture of oil dents in the necks of bottleneck cartridges which is something a beginner sometimes encounters without knowing what caused it, just a single sentence saying that excessive lube can cause dents in the brass.

It is so basic that powder measures were not covered, no mention of neck-only resizing, no help offered in how to select powder or bullets. Not a word about watching for pressure signs as you work up a load.

The book is at the "basic" level but I think it is too basic to be of much use on its own and as such does not deliver a good value. At current pricing you can get the Lyman 49th edition manual for exactly $2.12 more. The information in the Lyman manual is still easy for the beginner to digest and has numerous photos to help show how to perform the reloading steps and the common issues to watch out for. And when you're done learning to reload you've got a huge amount of quality reloading data in the rest of the book.
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Exactly What it Should Be! 30. Mai 2015
Von Carl M. Andersen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Under my father's tutelage 47 years ago, I discharged a firearm for the first time. I grew up shooting and hunting with both shotguns and rifles. In the Army, I shot expert with M16, 1911A1 Pistol, grenades, and the M60 Tank. Along the way, I lost count of the number of different machine guns I fired. The point is I am not new to shooting, be it "sport" or combat.

As an author myself, I appreciate a well-written book that delivers on the promises made on the back cover.

This is one of those books.

While I am far from new to shooting, I am totally new to reloading and "Handbook of Reloading Basics" is EXACTLY what I needed. It is written in language that I understand and explains BASIC concepts about reloading that I need to get started in the hobby.

If you are already a reloader, this book is probably not for you. For those complaining it's too simplified, I suggest that if you don't need a beginner level book, then don't buy one! "Handbook" is clearly titled and described as a beginner's book.

Mr. Sharpless and Mr. Sapp succeed wonderfully in creating a reference for someone like me who is new to the hobby. It's written well, clearly, in language not overly technical, and is a great place for me to get started on this fascinating hobby.

Great work, Gentlemen!

cma
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Covers the Basics 20. Oktober 2014
Von Chad Ryan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The is a good book to pick up if you're new to reloading and trying to understand the basics of equipment and terminology. If you have some previous reloading knowledge you might move on to a more thorough text on the topic. The author is knowledgeable and conveys the topics in easy-to-understand language. Though, it does read like an advertisement for Redding reloading products as the author's favorite piece of equipment in just about every category is listed as a Redding product. Other brands are mentioned in round ups, but Redding takes center stage in every section. So, it was no surprise to me to read that the author is the Vice President for Redding. Not necessarily a bad thing, as I'm certain Redding makes a quality product. But be mindful that if you're looking for a book to help you decide on one of many brands before investing in equipment, this probably isn't the book for that ... unless you had your heart set on Redding. I would recommend this book to anyone, like me, who is looking to get a fundamental understanding of the process before getting started reloading.
Five Stars 15. April 2015
Von Lone Wolf - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Great information for the new hand loader.......
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Does not live up to its title 29. Mai 2015
Von Chrome - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Not a great book. Too little information for a new reloaded and too basic of an overview for a heavy reloaded. There are better books out there than this one.
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