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May 07

Lyman 50th Edition Reloading Handbook

Lyman 50th Edition Reloading Handbook

Lyman Products is proud to announce our 50th Edition Reloading Handbook

(AmmunitionVault.com) – For more than a century, the Ideal and then Lyman handbooks have been the reloaders’ core resource for proven reloading data. Lyman pioneered the concept of delivering a wide range of components to use in generating safe, accurate loads. As reloading has grown, so have Lyman handbooks, with each edition eclipsing its predecessor, growing in size and quantity of data and becoming an important addition to every serious reloader’s library.

Lyman’s 50th Anniversary Edition continues our heritage as being the proven source for reloading data. To commemorate this historic edition of the Lyman Handbook and to continue to support our industry and our 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms, Lyman will be donating $1.00 to the National Rifle Association for every book sold during the first year of its publication. The Lyman 50th Edition will be available for the first time at the upcoming NRA Show in Louisville, Kentucky on May 18-20, 2016. Writers that are planning to attend the show are welcome to stop by our booth for a free copy of the 50th Edition.

Features and Highlights:

  • New Cartridges Included: 17 Hornet, 6.5 Grendel, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5-284, 26 Nosler, 28 Nosler, 300 Blackout, 300 RCM, 338 RCM, 450 Bushmaster, 458 SOCOM, 50 Beowulf
  • Largest Selection of Bullets: Barnes, Hornady, Remington, Sierra, Speer, Swift and Winchester plus full selection of Cast Bullets
  • Wide Range of Popular Powders: Accurate, Alliant, Hodgdon, IMR, Ramshot, VihtaVuori and Winchester
  • New Full Color Edition – The 50th Anniversary edition is our first reloading handbook produced in full color
  • Feature Articles by Top Gun Writers and Firearm Industry Experts
  • “Barrels – Looking into the Unknown” by Ryan Newport
  • “Advanced Case Preparation Techniques” by John Haviland
  • “What is a Ballistic Coefficient and How Do You Use It?” by Dave Emary and Lane Pearce
  • “The History of Modern Lyman Handbooks” by Ed Matunas, Ken Ramage and Tom Griffin

Item #9816050    Hardcover Edition    MSRP: $39.98

Item #9816051    Softcover Edition    MSRP: $29.98