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Old October 13, 1999, 04:50 PM   #1
othermarc
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Join Date: April 5, 1999
Location: Stamford, CT, USA
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but the initial cost seems so high. I saw a neat little reloading kit this weekend for $275, but that did not include dies, casings, bullets or powder. My question is, how long after I start reloading does it "pay for itself".

I'm not a competitor, yet, and have read that handloading is much better than factory loads. is this true?

As you can tell, I know NOTHING of reloading, but I have been keeping a fair amount of used brass in the hopes I will some day be able to do it. How difficult is it to become a competent reloader? I mean, to the point that I can make consistent batches of reliable ammo, not super high quality stuff.
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