Is there a trusted link I can go to and download the Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook, Third Edition?
Lyman Cast Handbook Third Edition
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No, you have to buy a book. Lyman doesn't have anything in the public domain. Anything you see published has been stolen and posted on the web. HTH, Ric
Fellow WI shooter:I suggest you pick up the latest, the LYman Cast Bullet Handbook #4which is still current/available.Its worthwhile,Tho, I do also frequently cross check info in my 2nd and 3rd editions of the CBHand even my 1937 Phil Sharp book of handloadingbeltfed/arnie in central WI.
Beltfed has the right idea. Buy the new one, #4, and look for older ones (I bought most of mine at local used book stores, or Good Wills, for pennies on the dollar).
You might find a #3 CBH at the Central WI gun collectors Show in Fond du Lac on Oct 15/16. Its a great 500+ tables show, I will be there. beltfed/arnie
I actually wore out my Lyman #3 Cast Bullet Manual. However, it was punched for a looseleaf binder. I found a new one after it had been discontinued, that I bought and gave the old one to a good friend who still uses it.
I also have the #4 issue. They are both quite useful tho' the #3 is probably the most useful.
I definitely recommend BOTH. They should be on every cast bullet reloader's bookshelf.
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