Speer Announces Handloading Manual No. 15

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posted on August 9, 2018
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Speer Ammunition has announced its newest volume of handloading expertise: the Speer Handloading Manual No. 15, which compiles decades of reloading knowledge and techniques into a single source.

The new edition is Speer’s largest volume yet, featuring updated recipes with the latest propellants for more than 120 legacy cartridges, as well as data for 13 new cartridges, including .204 Ruger, 6.5 Creedmoor and .300 AAC Blackout. The latest manual also provides recipes for loading new Gold Dot rifle component bullets, and articles by professional shooters Julie Golob and Jim Gilliland.

The Speer Handloading Manual No. 15 has an MSRP of $34.95. For more information, go to speer-ammo.com.

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