11th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading Coming SoonThe Firearm Blog

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As a small glint of hope emerges along the horizon of ammunition and reloading components being back in regular stock, many will want to pick up the hobby of reloading. Reloading is not only a great skill to learn but it can also be a hedge or supplement to the purchase of regular ammunition if you find yourself with the extra time and willingness to learn how to do it. Hornady has just announced that they will soon be releasing the 11th Edition of their Cartridge Reloading Handbook. The Hornady® 11th Edition Handbook of Cartridge Reloading will feature load specifications for many new cartridges including .350 Legend, 6.5 PRC, .300 PRC, and 6mm ARC.

11th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading Coming Soon

Hornady® is proud to announce that the 11th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading is coming soon.

Featuring the latest Hornady bullets, along with new cartridges, powders and more, the 11th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading builds off 50-plus years of history since its inception. Filled with hand loading techniques, bullet information and reloading data, it is a one-stop shop for support of Hornady component bullets.

New cartridges include the latest efficient and accurate Hornady developments like the 6mm ARC, 6mm Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC and 300 PRC. Other recent cartridge offerings like the 224 Valkyrie, 350 Legend, and 28 Nosler are included, along with the additions of the 5.45×39, 300 Norma Magnum and 450 Rigby.

Many new or previously not included powders have been added including IMR 4955 & 8133, StaBall 6.5, Shooters World Precision and Tactical Rifle, Vihtavuori N-530, N-565, and N-570, Norma 217, CFE BLK, Accurate No. 11FS, 2200 and 4100, Reloder 16 and Ramshot LRT. Other recent additions like Reloder 23, 26 and 33, Accurate LT-30 and Power Pro 300 MP have been expanded.

Numerous new bullets make an appearance, including the new A-TIP® Match and new editions in the ELD-X®, ELD® Match, GMX®, FTX®, SUB-X® and more.

“Many unique challenges have arisen between the 10th and 11th edition handbooks. Despite the adversity, our team persisted and after hundreds of hours and thousands of rounds, we are proud to bring you the newest addition to our lineage of reloading handbooks.” said

Jason Hornady, Vice President.

11th Edition Hornaday Handbook of Cartridge Reloading Coming Soon

In addition to the hard copy, many of you may want to pick up an electronic copy of the book for your tablet or e-reader which Hornady is now offering on iTunes iBook store for Apple products as well as a Kindle edition on amazon.com inside the Kindle book store. I’m partial to hard copies of books when I need to buy them but I could also see the electronic edition being extremely handy if you quickly want to reference a cartridge loading or don’t have a lot of space on your reloading bench for books.



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