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Reloading Manual #14 Hardcover – 2007

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Product Details

  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Speer Bullets (2007)
  • ISBN-10: 0979186005
  • ISBN-13: 978-0979186004
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.3 x 1.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #275,325 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Speer #14 is still a decent reloading manual, the first 176 pages contain a great introduction to reloading and general ammunition technology. The manual falls down when you get into the bulk of the book - the reloading tables. This book was initially published in 2007 and there have been many new powders and bullets introduced since then. Given the widespread reloading supply shortages today, I don't usually end up buying the powder or bullets I really want on a given trip to my dealer, I end up buying something that will work. As a result, more often than not, there is no reloading data for the powder and bullets I have on hand in the Speer manual.

I have found "Modern Reloading", Second Edition, by Richard Lee to more more useful than Speer #14 in today's market. The Speer manual has failed to keep up with change. The Lee book is also about half the price, a nice benefit.
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One of the standard reference books on reloading statistics. It along with 3 other like-subject guide is all you need to calculate your loads for creating cartridges. Especially during these days of having to settle for what commercial brass, smokeless powders, and bullet sizes are available, a reliable reloading manual is essential. This manual helps in that regard. Others may add additional choices not covered in this one.
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Limited selection of bullets and powders. Please be aware the only bullets listed in this manual are manufactured by Speer. Therefore there are no plated loads, and very few lead loads listed. The only powders listed are the ones owned by the parent company of Speer, Hodgdon, etc. the Lee manual covers many more choices of bullets, bullet weights, and powders.
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This is an excellent book and I am very happy with my purchase. It contains a wealth of information plus great photos. I would recommend it to anyone.
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I purchased new in 2007 for 1/10 of what is listed here. It is on par with Lee Manual #2, Hornady #9 Lyman 49. It doesn't have the external ballistic software like Sierra's INFINITY SUITE v6 or QuickLOAD. One nice thing about this manual is it sometimes lists reduced power loads for cost savings or recoil sensitive shooters. It lists various loads for Speer bullets with powders by Accurate, Alliant, Hodgdon, IMR, Ramshot and Winchester to name a few. These manufacturers also provide similar data on their web pages for free.

If you have Speer's Manuals 1-13, it pays to complete your collection.

I would without reservation recommend Speer and RCBS products, at a fair price.
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Accurate facts, good loading data and excellent long range tables. No matter what other manuals you buy, you should include a copy of this.
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Great to follow must of the old and new cartridges, but needs to be updated to the newest. It will not cover Beowulf. Get the Hornady Manuel for that.
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Lol my fault for not reading everything. The book pictured is not the right manual. The one pictured is for Nosler, the manual is for Speer bullets.
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