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    Hornady 11th Edition Reloading Book

    Does anyone know if they have changed the powders from the 10th edition? I have no problem purchasing the book, I just can't look at the book because at my local Sportsman's it is plastic wrapped.

    I am primarily interested in the M1icon and Swissicon 7.5 loads. I can list the powders that are in my book if that will help.

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    M1icon what? If you're using Hodgdon powders they have data for the 7.5mm Swissicon on their reloading website. Reloading Data Center Hodgdon Reloading Data Center
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    M1icon Garand. Thanks for the link

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    Hornady 11th Edition loads for the M1icon Garand are exactly the same as the 10th edition. I am assuming that it is the same for the Swissicon 7.5 loads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieB View Post
    Hornady 11th Edition loads for the M1icon Garand are exactly the same as the 10th edition. I am assuming that it is the same for the Swissicon 7.5 loads.
    I don't know which loads are different because as soon as they released the 11th edition, they cut off all access to the electronic 10th edition that I paid for with their app, with no warning. I have since successfully converted all my loads that used Hornady bullets (I was shooting a lot of ELD-M) to other brands and haven't bought another Hornady product in the last two years. Screw them.

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