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Reloading for Handgunners

In Reloading for Handgunners, the reader will learn the benefits of serious handgun ammunition reloading (decreased cost, increased reliability) in an accessible, step-by-step way. In addition, the reader will learn how to avoid the costly, wasteful errors that plague many reloaders, experienced and novice alike. Finally, the reader will enjoy the vast experience and unique style that have made Patrick Sweeney the country’s leading guru on tactical and competition shooting and ammunition.

Features:

  • Shortcuts, hints and tips (from a certified master gunsmith, film consultant, and certified Armorer Instructor) to reload your own ammunition and avoid costly errors
  • Loading data for the most popular and asked-about calibers
  • Specialty loading info for:
    • Competition: IPSC/IDPA, Bullseye, Steel Challenge, Cowboy
    • Hunting: heavy magnums and big bores

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What customers say about Reloading for Handgunners

  1. Thomas Goffe "tomstermcmonster" says:
    32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Useful Addition to the Reloader’s Library, November 30, 2011
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    Thomas Goffe “tomstermcmonster” (Smithfield, NC) –
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    Mr. Sweeney is a prolific writer who specializes in handguns and reloading. This book is a synopsis of his many articles pertaining to the special considerations pertaining to reloading for handguns. While it is not exactly a “step-by-step” guide that will hold a new reloader by the hand, it does cover the fundamentals of producing safe, reliable ammunition. The first part of this book covers the process in a depth that the handgun reloader will find useful. It provides greater depth than other more generalized books aimed at the beginner which also cover rifle and shotgun reloading. By limiting the scope to handguns, both beginners and more advanced reloaders will benefit from his experience and advice.

    The second part examines the most common handgun cartridges reloaded today. While the steps to reload them might be similar, each one has special characteristics that must be considered by the conscientious reloader. For example, the vagaries of the 357 Sig are very different from the characteristics of the 45 ACP.

    If I were to offer one criticism, it is that while he is generous with his coverage of cartridges and different bullets, he is somewhat skimpy in his treatment of gunpowder. Specifically, while he goes into detail matching the most suitable bullet for a given task in a specific caliber, he doesn’t provide the same insights into powder selection. This would have been of substantial interest to me and the cursory treatment of the subject left me wanting.

    All told, Mr. Sweeney’s experience and conversational style make this an enjoyable and informative reference. I would recommend it highly.

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  2. supersonsumer says:
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    This book has its uses, April 2, 2012
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    This review is from: Reloading for Handgunners (Paperback)
    This book gives a general overview to reloading… Very general.
    An entire half of the book is dedicated to educate the reader on the various calibers available. It has about 15 lines of load data per caliber.

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  3. Welsh says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    For Beginners, January 20, 2013
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    Welsh (Canada) –

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    This book is for beginners…real beginners. I am not an expert in reloading by any means. As a matter of fact, I have been reloading for only one year, yet even to me this book is pretty elementary. The book provides an introduction to reloading breaking down by components, case, primers,…etc. It is a good book for somebody looking into reloading and want to get an idea (even in this I would not consider this book to be the best resource either), not someone who has some idea (20% or more) about reloading. The second half of the book discusses different pistol calibers such as the 9MM, 10MM, 40 S&W,…etc (dedicating a chapter to every caliber, so if this caliber does not interest you, you’ve basically lost that chapter in the book. If there are-as in my case- more than one caliber that are irrelevant to you, a big portion of the book is then absolutely irrelevant to you in that part). It also has loading data for the. The data is very limited compared to what you can get from a reloading manual. For instance, for a particular caliber and bullet weight (does not even mention bullet type), it lists one powder charge, while reloading manuals always list min and max loads, which provides the reloader with more options as they can start with the min load and work their way up until they get to a load that their pistol would shoot most accurately. In this manual you are given one charge only and I guess you have to live with it, or buy a reloading manual. In all cases, this book would not serve (IMO)as a reloading manual.

    The book is nice to read, but you get the type of information you get from reading a magazine (as opposed to a technical book, which this one should be IMO).

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