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  1. Ammunition and Reloading
    As I have gotten further into reloading I'm realizing the importance of having reloading manuals as a reference for all numbers regarding cartridges and have come to understand that maybe having more references can be better to cover a wider array of new or old cartridges, powders, bullets, etc...
  2. Preparedness
    Free download and the best book ever for prepping. https://www.ldsavow.com/PrepManualGeneral.html Section 1: Emergency Preparedness. Why? 16 Getting set for a possible modern day repeat of Haun's Mill, By Roger K. Young Expert Counsel 23 Normalcy Bias, It's All in your Head, by Survivalmom 25...
  3. Ammunition and Reloading
    I need some help here. Will Lee shell holders work in other brands? For instance, I hear that only hornady shell holders will work in the hornady trimmer. Anything to watch out for? Thanks in advance.
  4. Ammunition and Reloading
    I was wondering what manual would be best for a first timer. I plan on reloading 12 gauge. I have some supplies together primers, hulls, and some wads. Getting a lee load all II soon.
  5. General Firearms
    http://www.stevespages.com/page7b.htm Huge listing of gun manuals ~ Moderators possible sticky?
  6. Handguns
    http://8reg.txsg.state.tx.us/Manuals8reg/fm_3-23x35-25_june_2003.pdf
  7. The AR-15
    http://www.benning.army.mil/infantry/199th/DCO/content/PDF/FM3-22-9.pdf
  8. General Firearms
    page7b sweet website
  9. Off Topic Lounge
    Useless poll for the day.... I voted 'manual'. I won't own an automatic. Makes my car buying experience more of a PITA than it should be but it's worth it :)
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