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    Reloading book for milsurps

    I am looking for a new reloading book . Which one do you think has the best info for old milsurps ?


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    I use the Hornady Handbook for my M1 and M1Aicon.
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    Cartridges of the world is the best book for milsurp calibers, filled with completely obsolete calibers (such as 6.5x58 for a example). Older editions are apparently better though for details on the obsolete calibers, the newer editions apparently remove some of the older ones to add some of the more modern calibers.

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    I have several but yes, Cartridges of the world has specific loads pertaining to the guns you ask about...
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    Thanks will I check Cartridges of the world out .

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    You don't need a special manual for milsurps. Even M1icon Rifles. However, as I recall, the Hornady manual has an M1 Rifle specific chapter.
    Cartridges of the World has a boat load of good info on making/converting cartridges too.
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    I use a site of professional shooters here in Italy, and never went wrong with them.
    But it really is only in Italianicon, and quite European based concerning powders, although also the American ones are well represented.
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