Hornady 10th Edition Handbook of Cartridge Reloading
Hornady Manufacturing Company & Neal Emery
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
New bullets, new powders, new cartridges and more! The 10th Edition Hornady® Handbook of Cartridge Reloading features over 1,000 pages of reloading data, techniques and bullet information. From 17 caliber varmint cartridges to large dangerous game loads, the hand loader has access to over 200 different calibers featuring a variety of loads for the full line of Hornady® bullets.
The 10th Edition also features an impressive lineup of new and expanded data. New powders include: Power Pro 2000 MR, IMR 4451 and 7977, CFE Pistol, BE-86, Reloader 23, 26, 33 and 50, Accurate LT-30 and 32, and some offerings from Shooters World. Popular established powders like Reloader 17, Superformance,® and LeverEvolution® have also been expanded to more cartridges.
The latest Hornady® bullets, such as the ELD-X® and ELD® Match line, have been incorporated into the data. Plus, we’ve added more GMX®, SST® and FTX® offerings. New cartridges include the 280 Ackley Improved, 7x64 Brenneke and the 338 Federal. Well over 1,300 load combinations were shot to update and expand the reloading pages in this edition.
Like previous editions, the handbook offers explanations of internal, external and terminal ballistics. We have also highlighted some of our online tools including the Hornady® Standard Ballistic Calculator (ballistic coefficient based) and the patent pending 4DOF™ Ballistic Calculator (drag coefficient based). Whether you’re a novice or seasoned hand loader, these resources provide everything needed to successfully reload your favorite cartridges.
Please be sure to check www.hornady.com/errata for corrections to the load data.
This book has been updated to include the newest bullets Hornady has to offer. ELD-X and ELD Match. Excellent reference manual. I have made many useful and accurate loads using the info herein. Would highly recommend anyone interested in hand loading to get this book. I particularly like it in electronic format. The index can be searched by clicking on the caliber listed and you wont lose your place and potentially mistakenly read the wrong info. I dont think the purists will like it as there is a certain feel from thumbing through a book. Whatever floats your boat I suppose.