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If someone could let me know i'd appreciate it. I am told it's the best manual to get. But which one, is there really a major difference between the two editions?
 

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Not much...The latest one may have some new Cartridge Data in it the earlier one doesnt....I have all the manuals for the different bullets I load.
Sierra for Sierra Bullets, Hornady for Hornady Bullets, Nosler for Nosler Bullets,etc....There is No "One Manual fits All" in my opinion.
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they've probably made the change over from cup to psi
 

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Usually the later manuals will have everything the earlier ones do with the addition to any new rounds which have came out. The only reason I would get the early one, would be if it had an obsolete round listed and I wanted to load for it.
 

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What Moose said. Heck get 'em all, one at a time.
 
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