Hornady 11th Edition Handbook of Cartridge Reloading - Hornady Manufacturing Company

Hornady 11th Edition Handbook of Cartridge Reloading

By Hornady Manufacturing Company

  • Release Date: 2021-08-12
  • Genre: Sports & Outdoors
Score: 3.5
From 55 Ratings


Filled with the latest Hornady bullets, along with new cartridges, powders and more, the 11th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading builds off 50-plus years of history since its inception. Filled with hand loading techniques, bullet information and reloading data, it's a one-stop shop for support of Hornady component bullets.

New cartridges include the latest efficient and accurate Hornady developments like the 6mm ARC, match-winning 6mm Creedmoor and high-powered 6.5 PRC and 300 PRC. Other recent cartridge offerings like the 224 Valkyrie, 350 Legend and 28 Nosler are included, along with the additions of the 5.45x39mm, 300 Norma Magnum and 450 Rigby.

Many new or previously not included powders have been added including IMR 4955 & 8133, StaBall 6.5, Shooters World Precision and Tactical Rifle, Vihtavouri N-530, N-565 and N-570, Norma 217, CFE BLK, Accurate No. 11FS, 2200 and 4100, Reloader 16 and Ramshot LRT. Other recent additions like Reloader 23, 26 and 33, Accurate LT-30 and Power Pro 300 MP have been expanded.

Numerous new Hornady bullets make an appearance, including the new A-Tip® Match and new additions in the ELD-X®, ELD® Match, GMX®, FTX®, Sub-X® and more.


  • Great reloading manual

    By casinova o
    Good for getting general FPS by powder charge formulations for reloading cartridges. Limited powder types though, only complaint vs the Lee Reloading Manual.
  • Buyer Be Aware - Unable to cancel subscription in app store

    By anonymous
    I’m an early adopter to Hornady digital reloading manual. My initial subscription was done via Hornady website on an older iPhone, however in 2021 I switched to iPhone 13 pro max. My subscription was not shown in the subscription section of app store at all. It’s quite frustrating and infuriating not being able to just do a straight cancellation in app store. Com’on Hornady developers you’re able to place this awesome digital manual on the App Store but you somehow want to make your user jumping through all the hoops just to make cancellations. That’s not quite right, and leaves a bit of sour taste. Also seems a little greedy trying keep user subscription fully intact. Many of us are buying into digital subscription for the convenience. But now getting reloading components is becoming an increasingly monumental task by itself, a temporary stop all this subscription makes all the sense to the user in similar shoe until supply side catches up. Please make your subscription & cancellation an easy process. Keep your end user happy and you will be netted with bigger rewards in the long run rather than trying to lock them in for the short term gain.