Zelliard's are an improved version. These are great resources for someone new to reloading.
I added the Wayback links to the originals if anyone need the old comments or like enlarged photos.
part 1 Wayback link, https://web.archive.org/web/20150419205 ... hp?t=28955
part 2 https://web.archive.org/web/20150419215 ... hp?t=28996
part 3 https://web.archive.org/web/20150419204 ... hp?t=29048
part 4 https://web.archive.org/web/20150419194 ... hp?t=29196
part 5 https://web.archive.org/web/20150421020 ... hp?t=29345
part 6 https://web.archive.org/web/20150419191 ... hp?t=29488
A nice book is the Lee manual on reloading. Modern Reloading, 1996 by Richard Lee. It contains more military cartridges than most. Here is a Link to read or down load the first edition>
https://archive.org/details/Modern_Relo ... 3/mode/2up
Also when I was reloading my pistol 32 French long, I provided many links to videos of each step. The "how to do" the die adjustments while I was reloading step by step. There are some good internal links as video in this post. see lower page 5; viewtopic.php?f=43&t=3485&start=60
see this portion:
For those that have never reloaded or use the ancient, single stage, RCBS press. THE PROCESS with Starline .32 French Brass using old French, steel case, rounds for a powder and bullet source. These all have have dead primers (ATS 1947 headstamp). French primers seem to decay and not fire after 30 years in French ammo.
The high tech, experienced reloaders will get a good laugh on this post
The steps & videos my help a few new to reloading....