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Is it really cost effective to do your own reloading? How much would you have to shoot for it to be cost effective enough to make i worth while?
Ahh, but what a way to relive stress after a bad day!!michaelfm said:Reloading can be time consuming if you're using rudimentary gear.
I've found that Sportsman's Warehouse by me has a much better selection and is just as reasonable as Wally World.michaelfm said:Its much easier to pick it up at Wally World, since their ammo prices are still reasonable.
Like anything else, if you take your time and following instructions, it's very safe. Don't reload if you're tired, drunk, hungover, under sedation... Seriously, if you're careful with the loads, look at your brass each time, handle the primers correctly, etc. it's fun and saves lots of money so that you can shoot more.Flyer said:I was not aware one could get into it that cheaply. How safe is it to reload?
I'm afraid I'm a little far, about 2.5 hours out of Houston, near Victoria.MPanova said:Anyone in the Houston area have some free time to let me watch you re-load and maybe learn a little bit from you? I'm not good at reading and learning, I'm a hands on kinda person ya know. I have read alot on re-loading and its all still kind of a mistery lol I sure would like to be able to take a class or find someone with the patients to show me how its done