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Lee Precision 2nd Edition Reloading Manual by Richard Lee, 2011 Publication - 90277
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Lee Precision 2nd Edition Reloading Manual by Richard Lee, 2011 Publication - 90277

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SKU 794098
Brand Lee Precision, Inc.
Model Number 90277
UPC 734307902773
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  • Number of Pages: 692
  • Publication: 2011
  • Format: Book
  • Author: Richard Lee

Features

The Second Edition of Modern Reloadingis a summary of a lifetime of experience,no matter how knowledgeable you are, you will find new and interesting information in this book. It's a reference book you will keep forever. Lee Modern Reloading book is one of the most comprehensive load data manuals, 692 pages written by Richard Lee, printed in 2011. Reprinted/revised in 2016, including a 12 page "Final Chapter" written by John Lee.

Features:

  • Over 36000 loads covering 178 cartridges in a new, larger, easier to read format, with velocities for starting loads, this is the best kind of load data-it is supplied by the powder companies
  • New, larger, easer to read format with computer rendered and dimensioned drawings, cartridges tabbed for quick reference
  • Latest information on pressure
  • Exclusive pressure and velocity factors enable you to accurately calculate pressure and velocity for reduced loads, an absolute necessity for cast bullet shooting
  • A never before published in depth analyses of current load data, It gives you an insight into the effects of reducing or increasing a charge

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