So as the title explains I'm debating getting into shotgun reloading. I know a little bit about reloading, but not enough to know if it'll be worth it. I'm not looking at any fancy loaders, probably just a Lee load all for 12ga. I see they run between $50-60, shot is around $50, wads around $10, and primers around $50 depending on quantity. Right now I have three old clay boxes filled with 12ga hulls so I set on that front. So far that's $160ish investment, plus I have to price out powder, and what kind of powder as well. I'd probably only need to make #8 loads for trap, and maybe #6 for field, but honestly I could take a grouse just as easily with an #8. So anyways my question is is it worth it from a price perspective to get into this when I can go to Wal-Mart and buy a box of shells for as cheap as $4.74? Any feedback is welcome.