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05 Oct 2015
@ 06:13 am (GMT)

Brendon Greig

I would like to thank and congratulate Nathan and Steph on there book series and site over the last few months i have had a few dealings with you through email questions about bedding ect and your i have now finished your whole book series and used your bedding product and this forum to ask questions and get ideas it has been a great learning experience for someone who has been hunting with factory ammo all there life and never learnt what for the whole part is quite straight forward so i can get the best out of my rifle and now like many others looking forward to your next book


10 Oct 2015
@ 07:28 pm (GMT)

Nathan Foster

Re: Books and info
Thanks Brendon, I just wish I could keep up a bit better with the questions and forum posts of late. Its just been a bit too much at times and I have been getting behind.

The final book is very closed to being finished now, in the final edit stages. It's a big book but again, one that works through topics step by step.

I will be speaking in Waikanae this Wednesday (Kapiti NZDA) if anyone wants to drop in.

13 Oct 2015
@ 02:34 pm (GMT)

Joshua Mayfield

Re: Books and info
Good Morning Everyone,

I have had Nathan's maintenance and reloading books on the shopping list since they came out. But as the dad of 3 little ones stashing pennies away, then giving them back when an ear infection or a shortage of diapers intervened, it took me until now to get them. They came in the mail Friday and I confess that I cheated and jumped right into the Reloading book first.

It's been said by others but I'll repeat it - thank you, Nathan, for taking the time to write out straightforward works on topics that many seem interested in making complex. I do believe the Practical book series can only serve to make the shooting community a more knowledgeable, better equipped community.

My main reason for jumping into the Reloading book was that I've been unsatisfied with my RCBS dies but lacked confidence in my own judgment on the matter. I had just about talked myself into a new set of Redding dies. Nathan very simply sorted through the confusion that I'd acquired trying to figure out the scavenger hunt that is Redding's (God bless them) website. But, I now feel confident that given my current skill level and needs a $45 Lee set of Dies will be a better use of resources, and not just because they're cheaper. And the big "win" for me is not saving some money, it is having an understanding of WHY I was finding my original tool lacking and WHY one tool is a better tool for me at this point in my own learning curve.

Great work again, Nathan. I look forward to your fifth book.
13 Oct 2015
@ 07:49 pm (GMT)

Nathan Foster

Re: Books and info
Heck, thanks Joshua.


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