So I have a new Kimber that I plan on shooting alot, and I was looking at meadowbrooks reloading set up.
I would like a few different opinions.
How much $ does it take to get started reloading? I mean with everything. machine, dies, tumbler, powder, bullets blah blah blah.
AND, is it worth reloading and the headaches that might come with it for a guy who doesn't shoot a wicked lot, just sometimes.
I would like to reload .45 and 9mm to start with.
Thanks for any info you may give.
You can get the basic reloading kit which has just about everything you need to start for under $350, that of course doesn't including dies, powder, primers or brass. Depending on how much you want to get into reloading really is what will set your cost.
If I were to total up what I paid to set up my reloading bench, I'd probably between seven hundred to a thousand dollars.
If you're looking to save money by reloading, forget it. If you want to get satisfaction of loading you own ammo or want to improve your gun shooting accuracy, than I'd say go for it! I haven't been down to my bench in a while and don't regret getting into reloading for one second. The time will come that I can get back down there and when it does, I enjoy it a lot
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Post by whitetail71165 on Oct 28, 2007 15:34:01 GMT
You can save money reloading in the sense that when you buy ammo you can reuse the brass up to 3 times. Primers aren't that expensive and power goes along way. If you travel alot you can find alot of deals on brass and other components in gun shops. i've even had guys give me once used brass for nothing.