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Have been reloading for years and have older Speer and Nosler manuals.

Concerning 308 for M1A. Have equipment and read lots and lots here. Thanks!

I have means to make the primer pockets pretty, SB die, and Wilson case gauge. That seems to be starting point for differences, besides proper powders and bullet mass, from bolt guns. And watch your brASS!

Right now am working with once fired RP brass (same rifle), IMR 4895, Sierra 165 game king (hunting loads), and CCI 200 primers. So far so good....

Anyway want to update my reloading manuals to cover newer calibers/powders and also one that has information on Garand type service rifle loading. Pistols and shotguns is a plus.

Any suggestions?

THANKS!!!
 

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The latest Hornady manual is a good one and has a special section just for the M14 "Service Rifle" and a special section just for the "M1 Garand."

The latest Speer manuals specify loads for gas guns. The Sierra manuals are good too.

Tony.
 
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