Posted by old on December 08, 2012 at 21:05:40 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: reloading ammo ? posted by mosinee dave on December 08, 2012 at 18:56:55:
Reloading is a catch 22. You need to first off understand how it is done then have the tools to do so and also the knowledge to do it safely. If you look at it this way. It will cost you $25 per die set. Then $25 per lbs of powder. Then to do it right and safely you need a powder scale and many many more thing. Cost to get set up will be a grand give or take a bit for say 10 sizes of round. I reload around 5-7 sizes of rounds but it has taken me a decade to get all that set up and many many hours of reading and learning the art and still only so so with it
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