I reload for our precision rifles to both save money (over match-grade commercial) as well as to have the most accurate ammunition for each rifle.
Las time I looked at the numbers (around a year ago), it didn't seem to very cost effective to reload for the 9mm; given factory plinking ammo (we don't shoot hangunds for "accuracy") can be had for around .22/round...that's less than I pay for single .30 cal. bullet alone.
Is it possible to save significant $$ reloading for this caliber? Cast boolits? ALready busy with 500-600 rounds of centerfire/month
, but if it's possible to get it down to .15/round or lower it'd be worth a "shot"