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Hornady 9th Edition Handbook of Cartridge Reloading

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  • An invaluable resource for your reloading bench
  • Many new cartridges
  • Includes a variety of propellants
  • In-depth, easy-to-understand explanations of internal, external and terminal ballistics
  • Velocity/powder charts for quick and easy reference
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Reloaders will find the 9th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading an invaluable resource for their bench. You'll find over 900 pages representing data of all the newest Hornady bullets like the NTX, GMX and FTX, plus longtime favorites like the V-MAX, SST, InterBond, Interlock, A-MAX, XTP and more. Each cartridge features applicable Hornady bullets along with velocity/powder charts for quick and easy reference. Cartridge additions include the 17 Hornet, 327 Federal, 356 Winchester, 5.56 NATO, 416 Barrett and 505 Gibbs. There is also expanded data on over 20 favorites like the 223 Rem, 300 Whisper, 308 Win 25-06 and many more. A variety of propellants such as Power Pro Varmint, AR Comp, CFE-223 among others have been added to many popular cartridges. In addition to the comprehensive reloading charts, this reference manual provides shooting enthusiasts with in-depth, easy-to-understand explanations of internal, external and terminal ballistics. Whether a novice or a seasoned reloader, these resources provide everything needed to successfully reload your favorite cartridges.

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Reloaders will find the 9th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading an invaluable resource for their bench. You'll find over 900 pages representing data of all the newest Hornady bullets like the NTX, GMX and FTX, plus longtime favorites like the V-MAX, SST, InterBond, Interlock, A-MAX, XTP and more. Each cartridge features applicable Hornady bullets along with velocity/powder charts for quick and easy reference. Cartridge additions include the 17 Hornet, 327 Federal, 356 Winchester, 5.56 NATO, 416 Barrett and 505 Gibbs. There is also expanded data on over 20 favorites like the 223 Rem, 300 Whisper, 308 Win 25-06 and many more. A variety of propellants such as Power Pro Varmint, AR Comp, CFE-223 among others have been added to many popular cartridges. In addition to the comprehensive reloading charts, this reference manual provides shooting enthusiasts with in-depth, easy-to-understand explanations of internal, external and terminal ballistics. Whether a novice or a seasoned reloader, these resources provide everything needed to successfully reload your favorite cartridges.

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  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 6.2 x 9.2 inches ; 0.2 ounces
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (342 customer reviews)
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By heartoftheash on March 18, 2013
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This reloading manual even has sections specifically for certain military surplus firearms which have different needs when it comes to pressure and muzzle velocity. You will find a section for the M1 Garand separate from the .30-06 pages, for instance.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Joyanne M. Bell on November 25, 2013
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I am a fan of Hornady bullets, because they are a good product at an economical price. Meanwhile, this ninth edition reloading manual works for me mainly as an "additional reference." The manual and its writers are probably not at fault for this position, but I end up with only a so-so in listing the powders that I'm used to using and tend to have on hand. I started reloading with Lyman's 47th edition manual, and of course the powders that I have stocked and gotten used to under that guidance would not necessarily match what Hornady recommends. What affects me the most is that, when I find a powder that is good for one cartridge type, it is nice to see if it can be used in another type as well; that question needs to be answered by someone as yes or no, and if yes, then how much so. No manual that I know of does this entirely well, and this manual seems at least on a par with others in that respect.

Beyond the normal limitations of a reloading manual, there is a phenomenon that I perceive in recent reloadingmanuals, whether correctly or not. I recently bought MODERN RELOADING, Second Edition, by Richard Lee, and then I bought exactly the same title, edition, and author, but with "All new data", and it is an entirely different book. It is as if the updated "Second Edition" was supposed to quietly replace the first one. It is a little confusing to have two manuals with exactly the same title and edition, and very similar cover, although different size of book, that have such different contents. But the point is that the newer release deletes a lot of the earlier data and substitutes other things. I sense the same phenomenon as I compare Lyman's 47th and 49th editions.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By BGreg on August 29, 2013
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I decided to update my 1980's Hornady reloading book, and for one comprehensive source, Hornady is very good. I did notice from the 1980's version, that the newest one tends to focus on selling the benefits of Hornady products .... not a surprise there, but a change from the earlier version I have.

In the handgun calipers, they just don't list a number of powders that are currently offered for 45 acp. The book is copyrighted 2012, so would have thought they would have captured more. The broad coverage across all cartridges is, on the balance, very good, so if I were to recommend just one reloading book, this would be it.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Dblas "Living the dream near UMD" on January 26, 2013
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Great resource, easy to understand, it will be used with other reloading guides as a reference for ensuring proper reloads.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Thewolfryder on May 4, 2013
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Very comprehensive reloading book and lots of recipes. Of course, Hornady wrote it and most of the recipes are for Hornady components. Therefore, you should have several references to help you get the load you want.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By David Schuele on March 25, 2013
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Hornady, I consider to be the leader in metallic reloading. The Manual they produce is the most far reaching and comprehensive I have read and follow. I am a huge fan of everything they produce, as I have several of their reloading press's, mainly use their bullets and have most of their reloading gear they make. I started with them, and will always be a loyal fan. This Manual the is produced and up-dated yearly, is one book I continue to purchase when released. It always has the best reloading data, and give clear and concise data for the reloader. Simply the standard for all else to follow.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Steven J on March 22, 2013
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and already see why more than one book is necessary. Seems each book covers some powders and some of their own bullets, so if you are reloading other components, you'll likely need multiple references. Very good basic information in the first chapters as well. Get it. Read it. Use it!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Vicki Johnson on January 21, 2013
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this was a gift for our son, and he was very pleased and surprised when we gave it to him for Christmas. It has all the updated info he was looking for.
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