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Ken Water's Pet Loads, Volume I and II

by Waters, Ken; Handloader

Condition: Near Fine


Wolfe Pub Co. Near Fine. 1990. First Edition. Softcover. 0935632336 . Two Volume Set, 636 pages in all. States third edition on title page and fifth edition 1990 on copyright page. Publisher punched for 5-ring binder. Both books are in excellent condition , clean, with no markings other than previous owner's stamp on title page. Light age tanning to page edges and outer edge of apges. Covers have slight scuffing and minor wear at some corners. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 636 pages; Review: "Outstanding Place to Start Jan 26 2000 ......Ken Water's text has saved me countless hours in suggesting where to start working up a load for almost any caliber I've pursued. From target to varmint to big game, this volume has quickly become a definitive reference for my handloading. My only criticism is that I wish somehow it could be more quickly updated (perhaps online? ) to include new components which are continuously becoming available. Bottom line though, Ken Waters really knows his stuff! (Note: due to heavy weight of these two volumes, extra postage will be required. Contact us if you'd like an exact quote) [1806] .
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