Sierra Advance Handloading DVD

koobs84

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Hi guys, Im still new to the reloading world and was considering buying this video from Sierra.

Wondering if anyone else has it. Wanted to know if it was worth buying or am I better off just searching here on the hide for all the techniques I need..

I have several manuals and read many of the post. Im very familiar with the process but more knowledge is always helpful.
 

Dogtown

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Re: Sierra Advance Handloading DVD

I think you can learn more here and watching YouTube than most reloading DVDs
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For anyone getting started with reloading, the best thing to do is get someone who's experienced to walk you through the process a few times. If you can't find anyone, see if anyone teaches an NRA metallic reloading certification course in your area.
 

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Re: Sierra Advance Handloading DVD

Hey Koobs,

I own the video in question and was disappointed with part of the content; but did get a few tricks explained better than a book I read. If the price is $15.00 or less I would say "Buy It", otherwise I prefer the AGI video "Handloading for the Long Range Shooter" and its sequel. DO NOT buy the "Sierra Highpower Rifle Reloading" DVD with G. David Tubb. Dave's a great shooter but his teaching and video chore-a-graph was poor and I felt he wanted his EGO petted.

http://www.midwayusa.com/viewproduct/?productnumber=680352

Check out the Brownell's videos on YouTube, they now own Sinclair International and their FREE - Just search for "by SinclairInc" or "Sinclair Reloading Series Part". Its an eight(8) part series last I checked and they have 17 videos up and they are High Definition (HD). Excellent folks to deal with too.

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query="Sinclair+Reloading+Series+Part"&aq=f

Load up,

Doug
 

koobs84

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Re: Sierra Advance Handloading DVD

Great thanks for the help guys.. The books/manuals I've purchased helped with beginner parts and data, but the more advanced techniques Ive learned from here